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CATALOGUE 


OF        THE 


BOO       K       S, 


BELONGING    TO 


The  Library  Company  of  Philadelphia; 

TO    WHICH    IS    PREFIXED, 

A    SHORT    ACCOUNT 

OF      THE 

INSTITUTION, 

WITH       THE 

CHARTER,    LAWS   and   REGULATIONS. 


COMMUNITER    BONA    PROFUNDERE    DEORUM    EST* 


PHILADELPHIA* 

PRINTED    BY    ZACHARIAH    POULSON,    JUNIOR,    IN   FOURTH-STRSET^ 
BETWEEN    MARKET-STREET    AND    ARCH-STREET, 


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A     SHORT 


ACCOUNT 


C   F       THE 


LIBRARY. 


T5HE  foundation  of  the  prefent  library  was  laid  in 
the  year  173 1,  a  period  when  Philadelphia  af- 
forded little  afliflance  to  the  enquiries  of  the  ftudious. 
A  number  of  gentlemen  having  raifed  the  fum  of  one 
hundred  pounds  by  fubfcription,  a  fmall  library  was 
formed  upon  principles  the  bed  calculated  to  dhTeminate 
knowledge:  the  books  were  not,  as  in  many  of  the 
public  libraries  of  Europe,  confined  to  the  apartments, 
but  the  fubfcribers  were  allowed  to  carry  them  home  for 
a  reafonable  fpace  of  time. 

The  plan  foon  became  popular;  acceffions  to  the 
number  of  members  took  place,  and  the  flock  of  books 
was  annually  encreafed  by  purchafes  at  the  company's 
expence,  and  liberal  donations  from  perfons  both  at 
home  and  abroad. 

The  then  proprietaries  of  Pennfylvania  appear  to 
have  taken  a  patriotic  pleafure  in  the  encouragement  of 
the  plan.  Befides  feveral  valuable  donations,  they 
granted  a  charter  of  incorporation  in  the  year  1742. 

A 


iv  An  Account  of  the  Library. 

A  fpirit  of  literary  improvement  made  its  way  among 
all  clalTes  of  people,  and  the  philanthropy  of  the  great 
and  amiable  character*  who  fuggefted  the  plan,  was 
gratified  by  tracing  the  books  as  well  into  the  hands  of 
the  opulent,  with  whom  literature  is  fometimes  no  more 
than  one  of  the  ornaments  of  civil  life,  as  among  thofe 
to  whom  it  renders  a  more  fubftantial  benefit.  Letters, 
while  they  employ  the  leifure  of  the  artifl,  reconcile 
him  to  his  labor;  by  removing  groffer  relaxations  they 
promote  his  health,  while  they  enlarge  his  mind;  a.nd 
prolong  his  life,  while  they  teach  him  to  enjoy  it. 

The  refpe&able  and  intelligent  character  of  the  latter 
clafs  of  people  in  Philadelphia  and  its  environs,  cannot 
be  referred  to  a  more  probable  caufe,  than  the  habits 
of  reading  promoted  by  this  infti  union. 

The  great  utility  and  fuccefs  of  this  meafure,  occa- 
fioned  the  formation  of  other  libraries  upon  fimilar  prin- 
ciples. But  as  it  appeared  more  conducive  to  the  interefts 
of  literature,  to  be  poffeffed  of  one  large,  than  of  feverai 
fmaller  collections  of  books,  coalitions  gradually  took 
place  among  them,  till  the  Amicable,  the  AfTociation 
and  the  Union  Companies  were  blended  with  the  Li- 
brary Company  of  Philadelphia,  the  title  conferred  by 
the  charter. 


•j. 


Since  this  event,  which  took  place  in  the  year  1769, 
the  members  and  the  property  of  the  company  have 
continued  to  encreafe ;  the  former  being  now  between 
five  and  fix  hundred  in  number.  The  number  of  vo- 
lumes, at  prefent,  amounts  to  eight  thoufand,  the  felec- 
tion  of  which,  has  in  general  been  calculated  to  pro- 
mote the  more  important  intereils  of  fociety.  And  the 
flock  of  books  is  continually  encreafed  by  occafional 
donations,  annual  importations  and  purchafcs  of  every 
American  production  of  merit. 

Some 
*  Doctor  Franklin. 


An  Account  of  the  Library.  v 

Some  valuable  machines  and  apparatus  for  the  pur- 
pofes  of  natural  philofophy,  &c.  and  a  variety  of  curious 
artificial  and  natural  productions  alfo  belong  to  the 
company,  and  are  depofited  in  their  apartments.  It 
was  not  thought  neceffary  to  infer t  the  particulars  of 
them  in  the  prefent  catalogue,  but  lifts  are  in  the  pofTef- 
fion  of  the  Librarian,  who  attends  to  (how  them  at 
dated  times,*  and  the  Directors,  on  proper  occafions, 
permit  the  inftruments  to  be  made  ufe  of. 

Befides  the  collection,  the  perfonal  property  confifts 
of  fome  monies  at  interefl;  the  fales  of  fhares,  which 
fince  the  year  1768,  have  been  fixed  at  ten  pounds,  and 
the  annual  payment  of  ten  fhillings  from  each  member. 

A  houfe  and  lot  of  ground  which  belonged  to  the 
Union  Company;  two  lots  of  ground  (one  the  generous 
donation  of  the  late  Thomas  Penn,  Efquire,)  and  feve- 
ral  ground  rents  conftitute  the  real  eftate. 

The  members  hold  the  property  as  tenants  in  com- 
mon, and  difpofe  of  their  ihares  by  will  or  deed;  but 
the  afient  of  the  Directors,  as  well  in  fuch  cafes  as  in 
cafe  of  an  original  purchafe,  is  previoufly  neceffary — a 
reflriction  early  adopted,  in  order,  as  much  as  poflible, 
to  prevent  improper  perfons  from  having  accefs  to  a 
collection  of  a  nature  fo  liable  to  injury. 

Ten  Directors  and  a  Treafurer  are  annually  elected 
by  the  members:  the  Directors  appoint  a  Secretary 
and  a  Librarian, — for  the  refpective  powers  and  duties 
of  whom,  the  reader  is  referred  to  the  charter  and  the 
fubfequent  laws  and  regulations. 

*  The  prefent  time,  is  on  Saturday  mornings,  from  ten  till 
twelve  o'clock. 

THE 


THE 


CHARTER. 


JOHN  PENN,  THOMAS  PENN,  and 
RICHARD  PENN,  Efquires,  true  and 
abfolute  proprietaries  of  the  province  of  Penn- 
fylvania,  and  counties  of  Newcaftle,  Kent,  and 
SufTex,  upon  Delaware:  To  all  to  whom  thefe 
prefents  fhall  come,  greeting.  Whereas  Ben-  preamble. 
jamin  Franklin,  Robert  Grace,  Anthony  Ni- 
cholas, Thomas  Cadwalader,  William  Coleman, 
Thomas  Godfrey,  Henry  Pratt,  Benjamin  Paf- 
chall,  Jofeph  Breintnall,  John  Jones,  jun.  Sa- 
muel Hale,  William  Parfons,  Nicholas  CafTel, 
Francis  Richardfon,  William  Maugridge,  Da- 
vid Bufli,  Thomas  Hopkinfon,  Philip  Syng, 
Jacob  Duche,  Evan  Morgan,  Jofeph  Stretch, 
John  Pafchall,  Nicholas  Scull,  Thomas  Green, 
Hugh  Roberts,  Rees  Lloyd,  John  Roberts, 
Richard  Standley,  John  Nicholas,  John  Sober, 
Charles  Read,  Daniel  Harrifon,  James  Morris, 
Thomas  Shaw,  John  Read,  Jofhua  Richey, 
James  Hamilton,  William  Plumfted,  John  Bard, 
Samuel  Morris,  John  Stamper,  Samuel  Norris, 
John  Mifflin,  John  Langdale,  Samuel  Coates, 
Samuel  Rhoads,  Jofeph  King,  Alexander 
Graydon,  James  Merrywether,  Anthony  Mor- 
ris, jun.  Tobias  Grifcom,  Charles  Willing, 
Ifaac  Williams,  William  Allen,  Jofeph  Peters, 
Richard  Peters,  Thomas  Clay,  Phineas  Bond, 

Ifrael 


viii  The  Charter. 

Ifrael  Pemberton,  jun.  Robert  Grecnway,  Wil- 
liam Crofthwaite,  William  Callender,  George 
Emlen,  jun.  Ifaiah  Warner,  Tench  Francis, 
James  Bingham,  Charles  Meredith,  Samuel 
McCall,  Hugh  Davy,  Amos  Strettell,  Benja- 
min Shoemaker,  Jofeph  Hatton,  Andrew  Ha- 
milton, Thomas  Bond,  and  William  Peters, 
have,  at  a  great  expence,  purchafed  a  large 
and  valuable  collection  of  ufeful  books,  in  or- 
der to  erect  a  library  for  the  advancement  of 
knowledge  and  literature,  in  the  city  of  Phila- 
Motivesto  delphia;  Now  know  ye,  That  we  being  truly 
this  grant,  fenfible  of  the  advantage  that  may  accrue  to 
the  people  of  this  province,  by  fo  ufeful  an 
undertaking,  and  being  willing  to  encourage 
the  fame,  Have  given  and  granted,  and  by 
thefe  prefents  do,  for  us,  our  heirs  and  fuccef- 
Names  of  fors,  give  and  grant,  That  the  faid  Benjamin 
lei  graR"  Franklin,  Robert  Grace,  Anthony  Nicholas, 
Thomas  Cadwalader,  William  Coleman,  Tho- 
mas Godfrey,  Henry  Pratt,  Benjamin  Pafchall, 
Jofeph  Breintnall,  John  Jones,  jun.  Samuel 
Hale,  William  Parfons,  Nicholas  CaiTel,  Fran- 
cis Richardfon,  William  Ivlaugridge,  David 
Bum,  Thomas  Hopkinfon,  Philip  Syng,  Jacob 
Duche,  Evan  Morgan,  Jofeph  Stretch,  John 
Pafchall,  Nicholas  Scull,  Thomas  Green,  Hugh 
Roberts,  Rees  Lloyd,  John  Roberts,  Richard 
Standley,  John  Nicholas,  John  Sober,  Charles 
Read,  Daniel  Harrifon,  James  Morris,  Tho- 
mas Shaw,  John  Read,  Jolhua  Richey,  James 
Hamilton,  William  Plumited,  John  Bard,  Sa- 
muel Morris,  John  Stamper,  Samuel  Norris, 
John  Mifflin,  John  Langdale,  Samuel  Coates, 
Samuel  Rhoads,  Jofeph  King,  Alexander  Gray- 
don,  James  Merrywether,  Anthony  Morris, 
jun.  Tobias  Grifcom,  Charles  Willing,  Ifaac 
Williams,  William  Allen,  Jofeph  Peters,  Ri- 
chard Peters,   Thomas  Clay,   Phineas  Bond, 

Ifrael 


The  Charter*  ix 

Krael  Pemberton,  jun.  Robert  Greenway,  Wil- 
liam Crofthwaite,  William  Callender,  George 
Emlen,  jun.  Ifaiah  Warner,  Tench  Francis, 
James  Bingham,  Charles  Meredith,  Samuel 
McCall,  Hugh  Davy,  Amos  Strettell,  Benja- 
min Shoemaker,  Jofeph  Hatton,  Andrew  Ha- 
milton, Thomas  Bond,  and  William  Peters, 
and  fuch  other  perfons  as  mail  hereafter  be  ad- 
mitted, or  become  members  of  The  Library 
Company  of  Philadelphia,  according  to  the  laws 
and  conftitutions  of  the  faid  company,  hereaf- 
ter to  be  made,  be,  and  for  ever  herafter  mall 
be,  by  virtue  of  thefe  prefents,  one  body  cor- 
porate and  politic  in  deed,  by  the  name  of  The 
Library  Company  of  Philadelphia ;  and  them  by  Name  of 
the  name  of  The  Library  Company  of  Phila-  thecompa- 
delphia,  one  body  politic  and  corporate  in ny' 
deed  and  in  name,  we  do  for  us,  our  heirs  and 
fucceffors,  fully  create,  conflitute  and  confirm 
by  thefe  prefents ;  and  that  by  the  name  of  The 
Library  Company  of  Philadelphia,  they  (hall 
have  perpetual  fuccefiion;  and  that  they,  by 
the  name  of  The  Library  Company  of  Philadel- 
phia, be,  and  at  all  times  hereafter  mall  be, 
perfons  able  and  capable  in  law,  to  have,  hold,  pCwer  to 
receive,  and  enjoy  lands,  tenements,  rents,  li-  ^old  ianJ*> 
berties,  franchises,  and  hereditaments,  in  fee- 
iimple,  or  for  term  of  life,  lives,  years,  or 
otherwife;  and  alfo  goods,  chattels,  and  other 
things,  of  what  nature,  kind  or  quality  foever. 
And  alfo  to  give,  grant,  let,  fell,  or  aflign, 
the  fame  lands,  tenements,  hereditaments,  goods 
and  chattels ;  and  to  do  and  execute  ail  other 
things  about  the  fame,  by  the  name  aforefaid : 
And  alfo,  that  they  and  their  fucceffors,  by 
the  name  of  The  Library  Company  of  Philadel- 
phia, be,  and  mail  be,  for  ever  hereafter,  per- 
fons able  and  capable  in  law,  to  fue  and  be  powerto 
fued,  plead  and  be  impleaded,  anfwer  and  be  fue»  &c- 

b  anfwered 


g  The  Charter. 

anfwcred  unto,  defend  and  be  defended,  in  all 
or  any  of  the  courts,  or  other  places,  and  be- 
fore any  judges,  juftices,  and  other  perfons 
whatfoever,  in  all  manner  of  a&ions,  fuits, 
complaints,  pleas,  caufes  and  matters  whatfo- 
ever, and  of  what  nature  or  kind  foever.  And 
that  it  fhall  and  may  be  lawful  to  and  for  the 
faid  Library  Company  of  Philadelphia,  and 
their  fucceffors,  for  ever  hereafter,  to  have 
To  have  one  common  feal  for  their  ufe,  in  their  affairs ; 

feaCi!mm0n  an^  t^le  ^ame  at  l^c'ir  w^  anc*  pleafure  to  change 
and  alter.  And  for  the  well  governing  and  or- 
dering the  affairs  of  the  faid  company,  we  do, 
for  us,  our  heirs,  and  fucceffors,  further  grant, 
Power  to  That  it  fhall  and  may  be  lawful  for  the  faid 

make  laws!  company,  and  their  fucceffors,  to  affemble  and 
meet  together  on  the  firfl  Monday  in  May  in 
every  year,  and  at  fuch  other  times  as  there 
fhall  be  occafion,  at  their  library,  or  fome  other 
convenient  place,  due  and  public  notice  being 
given  at  leaf!  twenty  days  before  the  times  of 
fuch  meetings;  not  only  of  the  day,  hour  and 
place,  of  fuch  meeting,  but  of  the  caufe  there- 
of, and  of  the  matters  to  be  tranfacted  at  fuch 
meeting.  And  that  they,  the  faid  company,  or 
Quorum.  one  fourth  part  of  them  at  lead,  being  fo  met, 
in  perfon,  or  by  proxy  duly  conftituted  in  writ- 
ing, fhall  have  full  power  and  authority,  from 
time  to  time,  to  make,  conflitute,  and  eflablifh 
fuch  laws,  flatutes,  orders  and  conflitutions,  as 
fhall  appear  to  them,  or  the  major  part  of  them, 
to  be  good  and  ufeful,  honeft  and  neceffary, 
according  to  the  bed  of  their  judgment  and 
difcretion,  for  the  government,  regulation,  and 
direction  of  the  Library  Company,  and  every 
member  thereof;  and  for  the  appointing  and 
regulating  the  election  or  nomination  of  Direc- 
tors, Treafurer,  Librarian,  Secretary,  and 
fuch,  and  fo  many  other  officers  as  they  mail 

think 


The  Charter.  xi 

think  fit;  and  for  limiting  and  appointing  their 
trufl  and  authority;  and  for  the  admitting  new 
members;  and  to  do  all  things  concerning  the 
government,  eftate,  goods,  lands,  revenues,  as 
alfo  all  the  bufmefs  and  affairs  of  the  faid  com- 
pany.    All  which  laws,  ftatutes,  orders,  and     Laws  fo 
constitutions,  fo  to  be  made  as  aforefaid,  (hall  ^(ieitobe 
be  binding  on  every  member,  and  be  from  time  &c. 
to  time  inviolably  obferved,   according  to  the 
tenor  and  effect  of  them,  provided  that  they  be 
not  repugnant  or  contrary  to  the  laws  of  En- 
gland, or  this  government.     Provided  always^ 
That  for  the  increafe  and  prefervation  of  the 
faid  library,  every  member  of  the  faid  compa- 
ny mail  and  do  pay  into  the  hands  of  the  faid     Yearly 
company's  Treasurer,  for  the  time  being,  the  to7"1^18 
fum  of  ten  fhillings,   on  the  firft  Monday  in  made. 
May,  in  every  year  for  ever;   and  thofe  who 
neglect  fo  to  do,  fhall  pay  fuch  greater  fum  or 
fums  in  lieu  thereof,    at  fuch  times,    within 
twelve  months  then  next  following,  as  by  the 
laws  of  the  faid  company  mail  be  appointed: 
And  that  in  default  of  thefe  payments,  every   Forfeit  oa 
delinquent  (hall  forfeit  his  {hare  in  the  books  default, 
and  eftate  of  the  faid  company,  and  be  no  long- 
er a  member.      In  teftimony  whereof,  we  have 
caufed  the  Great  Seal  of  our  faid  province  to 
be  hereunto  affixed.     WITNESS   George 
Thomas,  Efq.  lieutenant-governor,   and  com- 
mander in  chief  of  the  faid  province  and  coun- 
ties,  at  Philadelphia,   the  twenty-fifth  day  of 
March,   in  the  fifteenth  year  of  the  reign  of 
our  fovereign  lord  king  George  the  fecond, 
and  in  the  year  of  our  Lord  one  thoufand  fe- 
ven  hundred  and  forty- two,  by  virtue  of  cer- 
tain powers  and  authorities  to  him  for  this  pur- 
pofe  (inter  alia)  granted  by  the  faid  proprieta- 
ries. 

GEO.    THOMAS. 


THE 


A         W         S. 


A  haw  direcling  the  manner  of  admitting  new 

members* 

IT  IS  ENACTED  by  the  Library  Company 
of  Philadelphia,  That  no  perfon  who  mall 
hereafter  become  poffeffed  of  a  ihare  in  the 
books  and  effects  of  the  faid  company,  fliall  be 
thereby  entitled  to  a  vote  in  any  of  their  affairs, 
or  be  deemed  a  member,   without  firft  being 
approved  of  by  the  Directors  for  the  time  be-     None  t» 
ing ;  nor  {hall  any  perfon,  other  than  the  heirs,  ^  a^I£ 
executors,  or  affigns  of  a  member  of  the  faid  out'  being 
company,  be  entitled  to  a  mare  in  the  books,  ^ved*?~ 
eftate  and  effects  of  the  faid  company,  without  &c. 
paying  into  the  hands  of  the  faid  company's 
Treafurer,  fo  much  money  as  in  the  judgment 
of   the  faid  Directors  a  Ciare  fhall   then  be 
Worth. 

And  it  is  further  enacled,  That  upon  appro- 
bation of  the  Directors,   and  payment  of  the 
faid  money,  the  party  paying  it,  mail  receive   Treafurer 
of  the  Treafurer  a  certificate  under  his  hand,  £L§™;tc* 

and 


xiv  The  Laws. 

and  the  feal  of  the  company,  containing  the 
name  of  the  perfon  and  the  fum  paid,  the 
time  when,  and  the  account  or  ufe  for  which 
Record  to  he  paid  it :  of  all  which  a  record  fhall  be  made 
be  made.  -m  the  records  of  the  faid  company.  Which 
certificate  fhall  entitle  the  perfon  therein  men- 
tioned, to  a  fhare  in  the  company's  books, 
sftate  and  effects,  and  to  be  deemed  a  member. 


A  Law  for  prefer  ving  a  juji  equality  among  the 
members^  and  to  prevent  the  inconveniences 
that  may  arife  by  any  perfons  holding  more 
than  one  fhare. 


i 


T  IS  ENACTED,  for  the  prefervation  of 
a  juft  equality  among  the  members  of  the 
No  mem-  Library  Company,  That  no  perfon  being  a 
Y*  jfl?a11  member,  and  holding  a  fhare  in  the  library,  &c. 
iiiare  to  fhall  grant,  fell,  or  convey  to  any  other  mem- 
another  ^er,  or  accept  of  a  grant,  bargain,  fale,  or 
ice.  other  conveyance  or  affurance  from  any  other 

member,  of  any  fhare  or  fliares  in  the  books, 
Penalty,  eflate,  and  effects  of  the  faid  company ;  on  pe- 
nalty of  forfeiting  to  the  company  fuch  fhare 
or  fliares,  fo  pur  chafed,  fold,  granted,  or  con- 
veyed. 

No  mem-      AND  if  any  member,  as  executor  or  admi- 
ber.to  have  nj^-rator  0f  another,  or  by  any  other  means, 

more  tli 'in 

one   vote,  come  to  have  in  his  hands  a  plurality  of  fliares, 

&c-  he  fhall  not  thereby  be  entitled  to  more  than 

one  vote  at  elections,  or  on  any  other  occafion, 

nor  have  a  right  to  take  out  more  books  at  one 

time  than  any  other  member. 

A  Law 


The  Laws,  Xv 

A  Law  for  regulating  elections  of  officers ,  and 
declaring  their  trujl  and  duty. 

FO  R  the  better  prefervation  of  order  and 
government  among  the  Library  Company 
of  Philadelphia,  and  in  the  ufe,  application  and 
management  of  the  monies,  library  and  effects 
of  the  faid  company,    IT  IS  ENACTED, 
That  the  members  of  the  faid  company  (hall,    Members 
in  perfon,  or  by  proxy,  annually  attend  at  the  ^""^iT 
place  of  election  in  the  city  of  Philadelphia,  on  Monday  in 
the  firft  Monday  of  the  month  of  May,  in  eve-  May* 
ry  year;  and  that  as  many  as  fo  meet,  and  ap- 
pear to  be  duly  qualified,  mail  proceed  to  the 
choice  of  a  perfon  of  the  company,  to  be  the 
company's  Treafurer,  and  ten  other  perfons  of  Treafurer 
the  company,  to  be  Directors  for  the  year  next  JJ-JatoJ 
enfuing,  and  fo  from  year  to  year.     The  place  to  be 
of  election  to  be  agreed  on  by  the  Directors  of  chofen- 
the  current  year,  and  notified  by  their  Secreta- 
ry, twenty  days  at  lead  before  the  election,  by 
printed  advertifements.     The  electors  to  chufe  The  choice 
by  written  tickets,  each  containing  the  names  ^  Written 
of  the  ten  perfons  voted  Directors,   and  the  ticket*, 
name  of  the  perfon  voted  Treafurer ;  and  thofe 
who  {hall  thereupon  appear  to  have  a  majority 
of  votes,   {hall  be  the  company's  Treafurer., 
and  the  Directors,   refpedtively,   for  the  year 
enfuing.     That  the  faid  Directors  {hall,  and  are    Director* 
hereby  required  and  empowered,  to  nominate  t0  appoint 
fome  fit  perfon  of  the  company  to  be  their  Se-  ry.s     wj10 
cretary  for  the  year  enfuing,  who  {hall  prefide  &al1   C°J- 
and  collect  the  votes  at  the  election  aforefaid,  veote8>  &c. 
and  {hall  faithfully  enter,  in  a  book  to  be  kept 
for  that  purpofe,  the  names  of  the  faid  elec- 
tors, and  the  number  of  the  names  of  the  can- 
didates, according  to  the  tickets, 

THAT 


kvi  The  Laws* 

THAT  it  fliall  and  may  be  lawful  to  and 

Electors  for   the  electors  aforefaid,    when  fo  met,    to 

Iffiftants"o  aPPomt  perfons  to  affift  the  Secretary  in  gather- 

thc  secre-  ing  the  votes,  and  entering  and  numbering  the 

tary,  &c.    names  0f  tne  electors  and  perfons  voted  for, 

and  other  fervice  appertaining  to  the  election, 

and  to  appoint  and  direct  any  method  and  rule 

in  proceeding  to  and  making  the  faid  election, 

fo  as  they  appoint  or  direct  nothing  to  prejudice 

the  right  of  any  member,  or  infringe  thechar- 

ter  or  laws  of  the  company. 

Director      THAT  if  any  perfon  elected  Director,  mall 

adtU&?  t£>  re^e  t0  a&>  or  ma^  happen  to  die  or  depart 
the  reft  this  province,  fo  as  to  be  abfent  for  the  fpace 
may  nomi-  0f  two  months,  in  any  of  the  firft  ten  months 

licit  c    *ino»  J 

thcr.  of  the  year  for  which  he  {hall  be  elected  Direc- 
tor ;  or  if  within  the  fame  year,  or  term  of  his 
office,  he  {hall  be  confined  by  ficknefs,  or 
otherwife  rendered  incapable  of  executing  the 
office  of  a  Director,  according  to  the  true 
meaning  hereof,  the  reft  of  the  Directors,  as 
often  as  occafion  fliall  require,  in  any  of  the 
cafes  aforefaid,  fliall  proceed  in  their  duty  and 
office  without  him ;  or,  if  they  think  fit,  they 
(hall  nominate  fome  other  fuitable  perfon  to 
fupply  his  place  of  a  Director,  until  the  then 
next  enfuing  election. 

Tteafbrer      THAT  if  any  perfon  fo  elected  Treafurer, 

hisSledunty,  flia11  abfent  himfclf  from  his  faid  office  for  the 
&c.  may  fpace  of  thirty  days,  or  fliall  otherwife  be  ren- 
ed  d&cla°"  dered  incapable,  or  neglect  his  office  or  duty 
of  Treafurer,  in  the  judgment  of  the  Directors 
for  the  time  being,  it  fliall  and  may  be  lawful 
for  the  directors  to  difplace  him  from  any  longer 
continuance  in  his  faid  office:  and  the  Direc- 
tors caufing  their  Secretary  to  make  a  minute 
for  the  purpofe,   containing  their  reafons  for 

difplacing 


The  Laws.  xvii 

difplacing  him,   he  (hall  thereupon,  and  from 
thenceforth  ceafe  to  be  the  Treafurer  aforefaid ; 
and  f hall ,  upon  notice  thereof,  adjnft  and  fettle 
with  the  Directors,   and  pay  and  deliver  the 
company's  money  and  effects  in  his  hands,  to 
fuch  perfon  as  the  Directors  fhall  order  and  ap- 
point: and  in  that  cafe,  and  fo  often,  and  alfo     How  the 
if  the  Treafurer  (hall  depart  this  life,  the  per-  "££%£ 
fon  who  at  the  laft  election  had  the  greateft  plied, 
number  of  votes,   next  the  higheil  (if  alive, 
willing  and  capable)  fhall  be  fubftituted  Trea- 
furer, to  fupply  the  place  of  fuch  deceafed  or 
difplaced  Treafurer ;  for  which  purpofe  the  Se- 
cretaries prefiding  at  elections  fhall  preferve  the 
votes:   but  if  the  faid  perfon  cannot,  or  will 
not,  ferve,  the  Directors  fhall  nominate  another 
perfon  of  the  company,  but  not  of  their  own 
number,  to  be  Treafurer  until  the  next  annual 
election. 

THAT  every  perfon  fo  chofen  to  be  the 
company's  Treafurer,  immediately  upon  enter- 
ing into  his  office,  fhall  receive  of  the  preced- 
ing Treafurer,  his  heirs,  executors  or  admini- 
flrators,  the  company's  cafli  and  books  of  ac- 
counts, giving  his  receipt  for  the  fame;  and 
fhall  enter  into  an  obligation,  with  one  fuffici-  Treafurer 
ent  furety,  in  double  the  value  that  doth,  or  ^^J^^ 
probably  may  come  into  his  hands  during  the  tion,  &c. 
continuance  of  his  office,  as  near  as  can  be 
eftimated  by  the  Directors,  unto  the  Library 
Company  of  Philadelphia,  conditioned  that  he 
will  once  a  month,  or  oftener,  if  required, 
well  and  truly  adjuft,  account  and  fettle  with 
them,  for  and  concerning  all  monies  that  are 
or  fhall  come  into  his  hands,  belonging  to  the 
faid  company;  and  that  he  will  well  and  truly 
deliver  up  and.  pay  the  balance  of  the  monies 
remaining  in  his  hands,  together  with  the  books 

c  of 


xviii  The  Laws, 

of  accounts  concerning  the  fame,  and  the  com* 
pany's  papers  in  his  keeping,  unto  his  fucceffor 
in  the  faid  office,  or  fuch  other  perfon  or  fer- 
vice  as  the  Directors,  for  the  time  being,  fhall 
order  and  appoint,  and  not  otherwife;  and  that 
he  will  obferve,  do,  and  execute  all  other 
things  as  the  company's  Treafurer  aforefaid, 
according  to  the  fenfe  and  true  meaning  of  this 
law. 

Dire&ors  THAT  all  officers  and  fervants  belonging 
the  Ctther t0  l^e  company,  other  than  their  Treafurer, 
©fficers,&c.  fliall  be  in  the  choice,  and  under  the  order  and 
direction  of  the  Directors,  who  (hall  be  ac- 
countable for  their  fidelity,  and  may  difplace 
them,  and  appoint  others,  as  often  as  they 
Dire&ors,  fhall  think  fit:  which  Directors  fhall  have  the 
their  p°w-  power  of  calling  general  meetings,  when  they 
Ly-  *  judge  it  neceffary  for  the  intereft  of  the  com- 
pany, and  fhall  caufe  due  and  public  notice  to 
be  given  of  the  occafion  and  defign  or  purpofe 
of  fuch  meetings ;  and  fliall  nominate  fome  dif. 
creet  member  to  prefide  therein,  and  regulate 
the  debates  thereof:  they  fhall  alfo  have  the 
difpofal  of  the  monies  paid  to  the  Treafurer  to 
and  for  the  ufe  and  fervice  of  the  library;  they 
fliall  have  the  choofing  of  books  for  the  libra- 
ry ;  the  renting  a  houfe  or  place  for  the  fervice 
of  the  library;  the  furnifhing  the  fame  with 
prefles,  fhelves,  and  other  things  neceffary  and 
fit;  the  keeping  and  power  of  affixing  the  feal 
of  the  company ;  wrhich  feal  fhall  be  and  remain 
the  fame  that  is  now  ufed  and  affixed  to  this 
law,  until  another  fhall  be  appointed ;  the  lend- 
ing of  books ;  the  appointing  fecurities  for  the 
return  of  the  books  to  the  library,  and  the 
prices  of  the  loans ;  the  printing  and  difperfing 
of  catalogues ;  the  admiflion  of  new  members, 
under  the  limitations  and  conditions  now  or 

hereafter 


The  Laws,  xix 

hereafter  to  be  eftablilhed  by  the  laws  of  the 
company;  the  fettling  the  accounts  with  the 
company's  Treafurer;  the  payment  of  houfe- 
rent,  fervants  and  officers  wages,  and  all  other 
incident  charges  belonging  to  the  company. 
Moreover  the  Directors  are  hereby  inverted 
with  a  difcretional  power  to  make  fuitable  re- 
turns (on  behalf  of  the  company)  unto  fuch 
benefactors  as  ihall  honor  them  by  donations 
or  otherwife, 

AND   for  the  more  orderly  execution  of 
the  duty  and  truft  belonging  to  the  faid  Direc- 
tors, they  are  hereby  required  to  meet  once  a  Directors 
month,  at  the  place  where  the  library  fhall  be  ^on{£Jet 
kept,  or  fonie  other  fit  place  in  the  faid  city  of 
Philadelphia,  to  confer  and  conclude  concern- 
ing the  matters  hereby  committed  to  them.     In 
every  of  which  meetings  of  the  Directors  afore-  Seven  oi  • 
faid,  feven  of  their  number  met  mall  be  a  quo-  them  a 
rum,  capable  to  confult,  confer,  and  conclude  ciuorum- 
of,    and  upon  all  matters  appertaining  to  the 
Directors,  according  to  the  laws  and  conflitu- 
tions  of  the  company:  and  whatever  fix  of  the 
number  fo  met  ihall  fo  conclude,  mail  be  deem- 
ed and  taken  for  and  as  the  refolution  of  the 
Directors  for  the  time,  and  accordingly  entered 
in  their  minutes. 

THAT   the   charter  granted  to   the   faid  charter  to 
company  mall  be  depofited  in  the  library,  for  ^  jnthe 
the  infpection  and  perufal  of  all  perfons  con-  library. 
cerned;    who  mall  alfo  have  recourfe  to  the 
journals   of   the  Directors,    the  minutes    and 
entries  of  their  Secretaries,    with  the  Trea- 
furer's  accounts,  and  all  other  books  and  pa- 
pers belonging  to  the  company ;  and  may,  if  the 
Directors  think  fit,  take  copies  thereof. 

A  Law 


xx  The  Laws, 

A  Law  for  afcertaining  the  fines  for  neglecling 
the  yearly  payments, 

(Altered  by  a  law  patted  the  13th.  of  March,  1769.) 


A  Law  for  recording  the  laws  of  the  company , 
and  the  names  of  fuch  perfons  as  jhall  here- 
after he  admitted  ?ne??ibers  thereof  &c. 


T 


O  THE  END  that  the  laws  of  the  Li- 
brary Company  of  Philadelphia  may  be 
fecurely  preferved,  and  that  every  member  of 
the  faid  company  may  have  opportunity  of  be- 
ing fully  acquainted  therewith;  It  is  hereby 
Laws  to  enacted  by  the  faid  company,  that  all  laws  pall- 
ed r^c°ia"  e^  at  t^ie  general  meetings  of  the  faid  company, 
purfuant  to  their  charter,  fnall  be  recorded  in 
a  large  bound  book,  of  good  paper,  which 
fhall  be  fafely  kept  in  the  library  for  the  peru- 
fal  of  the  company;  and  that  every  law  fo 
recorded,  fhall  be  certified  and  fubfcribed  in 
the  faid  book  by  the  Secretary  for  the  time, 
being. 

And  it  is  hereby  further  enacled  by  the  faid 

company,   That  every  perfon  who  now  is,  or 

that  hereafter  fhall  be  admitted,  and  become  a 

member  of  the  faid  company  (other  than  thofe 

whofe  names  are  inferted  in  the  charter)  mail 

Name,&c.  have  his  name,  and  the  time  of  his  becoming 

°dnkt^d  V  a  mem^er  as   aforefaid,   recorded  in  the  faid 

member  to  book    f  records,  and  certified  by  the  Secretary, 

be  record-  as  aforefaid.     And  that  all  other  matters  and 

ed. 

things,  which  by  the  laws  of  the  company  are 
or  fhall  be  directed  to  be  put  upon  record,  fhall 
alfo  be  recorded  in  the  faid  book. 

A  Law 


The  Laws,  ^xi 

A  Law  for  preventing  any  advantage  by  furvi- 
vorflnp^  among  the  members  of  the  Library 
Company, 

T  IS  ENACTED,  That  the  members  of 
the  Library  Company  of  Philadelphia,  fhall 
hold  their  eftate  and  intereft  in  the  faid  compa- 
ny, as  tenents  in  common,  and  not  as  joint 
tenants. 

The  foregoing  laws  were  all  enacled  and  pub* 
lifhed  May  the  3d.  1742. 

Signed  by  order, 

Joseph  Breintnall,  Secretary. 


A  Law  for  reducing  and  fixing  the  price  at 
which  a  Jhare  in  the  library  may  be  purchaf- 
ed^  and  to  enable  the  Direclors  to  difpofe  of 
duplicates  of  books>  &c. 

OR    the  increafing  the  funds  of  the  Li- 
brary Company  of  Philadelphia,  for  the 
enlarging  the  collection  of  books  and  facilitat- 
ing the  advancement  of  knowledge  and  litera- 
ture, IT  IS  ENACTED  by  the  faid  Library  FixIngthe 
Company,   That  any  perfon  or  perfons  (who  p«ce  of  a 
ftiall  be  approved  of  by  the  Directors  for  the   ia" 
time   being)  fhall  be  admitted  a  member  or 
members  of  the  faid  company,  and  be  entitled 
to  a  fhare  in  the  books,  effects  and  eftate  of 
the  faid  company,  as  fully,  to  all  intents  and 
purpofes,   as  any  member  now  is,  or  may  or 
can  be,  upon  paying  into  the  hands  of  the  faid 
company's  Treasurer,  the  fum  of  Ten  Pounds, 

lawful 


xxii  The  Laws* 

lawful  money  of  Pennfylvania,  and  receiving  a 
certificate,  &c.  agreeably  to  the  directions  of  a 
law  directing  the  manner  of  admitting  new 
members. 

And  it  is  further  enacled^  That  the  Direc- 
tors of  the  faid  company  for  the  time  being, 
Directors  fhall  and  may,  from  time  to  time,   as  to  them 

tolaf  du-  ^a^  ^eem  meet>  le^  anc*  difpofe  °f  ^uch  dupli- 
piicates,     cates  and  broken  fets  of  books   as    mall   be 

&c-  found  in  the  faid  library,  and  the  monies  arifing 

from  fuch  fale  to  pay  to  the  company's  Trea- 

furer,  for  the  ufe  of  the  faid  library. 

The  above  law  was  enacled  and  publijhed 
February  20,   1768. 

Francis  Hopkinson,  Secretary, 


A  Law  for  afcertaining  the  fines  for  neglecting 
the  yearly  payments. 

WHEREAS  by  a  law  of  the  Library 
Company  of  Philadelphia,  entitled, 
<c  A  Law  for  afcertaining  the  fines  for  neglect- 
ing the  yearly  payments, "/it  is,  amongfl  other 
things,  enacted,  "  That  if  any  member  or 
members  of  the  faid  company  mail  neglect  to 
pay  his  or  their  yearly  payments,  for  any  time 
not  exceeding  three  months,  from  and  after  the 
firft  Monday  in  May,  that  he  or  they  fhall  pay 
the  fum  of  Fi-ne  Shillings  as  a  fine,  together 
with  the  faid  Ten  Shillings ;"  which  faid  law 
has  been  found  inconvenient  and  too  finch 

It 


The  Laws.  XXm 

It  is  therefore  hereby  enacled,  by  the  Library 
Company  of  Philadelphia  aforefaid,  That  if 
any  member  make  his  yearly  payment  within 
ten  days  after  the  faid  firft  Monday  in  May, 
the  fame  {hall  be  excepted  without  a  fine ;  but 
if  any  member  neglect  to  pay  the  yearly  fum 
aforefaid,  on  the  faid  firft  Monday  in  May,  and 
for  ten  days  afterwards,  and  for  any  time  long- 
er, not  exceeding  three  months  from  and  after 
the  faid  firft  Monday  in  May,  fuch  member  Fines  fet-J 
fliall  pay  to  the  Treafurer  for  the  time  being, tled- 
the  fine  of  Five  Shillings,  together  with  his 
faid  yearly  payment.  And  for  neglecting  as 
aforefaid  for  any  time  above  three  months,  and 
not  exceeding  fix  months,  the  fine  of  Ten  Shil- 
lings. And  for  neglecting  as  aforefaid  for  any 
time  above  fix  months,  and  not  exceeding  nine 
months,  the  fine  of  Fifteen  Shillings.  And  for 
neglecting  as  aforefaid  for  any  time  above  nine 
months,  and  not  exceeding  twelve  months,  the 
fine  of  Twenty  Shillings.  Any  thing  in  the 
faid  recited  law  to  the  contrary  in  any  wife 
notwithstanding. 

Enacted  and  publijhed  the  iph.  of  March, 
1769. 

Francis  Hopkinson,  Secretary. 


A  Law 


fcxiv  The  Laws* 

A  Law  to  enable  the  Directors  of  the  Library 
Company  of  Philadelphia,  to  admit  the  mem- 
bers of  the  Union  Library  Company  of  Phila- 
delphia. 


w 


HE  RE  AS  it  is  conceived  that  great 
advantages  may  arife  to  the  public,  as 
well  as  to  the  individual  members,  by  a  union 
of  the  Library  Companies  aforefaid.     BE  IT 
ENACTED  by  the  Library  Company  of  Phi- 
Dire&ors  ladelphia,  that  their  Directors  for  the  time  be- 
have pow-  jng5  ftiall  have  full  power  and  authority  to  admit 
the°  mem-  tne  members  of  the  Union  Library  Company ; 
bersofthe  and  that  each  member  fo  admitted,  fhall,  by 
braryCom-  virtue  thereof,  be  entitled  to  an  equal  mare  of 
pany.         all  the  eflate  both  real  and  perfonal,  belonging 
to  the  faid  Library  Company  of  Philadelphia,  in 
common  with  their  other  members;  and  fhall 
receive  accordingly  certificates  thereof.     Pro- 
vided always,  That,  previous  thereto,  the  faid 
Union  Library   Company  do  afiign  over  and 
convey   all   their   eflate,    both   real   and  per- 
fonal, to  the  faid  Library  Company  of  Phila- 
delphia, and  deliver  pofTeiTion  thereof  to  the 
Directors  for  the  time  being;  fubject  neverthe- 
lefs  to  all  fuch  contracts  heretofore  made  and 
now  fubfilting  between  the  faid  Union  Library 
Company  and  any  of   their  members,   as  the 
faid  Directors  fhall  deem  proper  and  expedient. 

Enacled  and  publijhed  the  13th.  of  March, 
1769. 

Francis  Hopkinson,  Secretary. 


A  La 


w 


The  Laws.  *x? 

A  Law  for  fettling  the  annual  payments  and 
fines  of  the  Library  Company  of  Philadelphia* 

(Patted  the  fir  ft  of  February*  1780.     Obfolete.) 


A  Law  to  enable  the  Direclors  of  the  Library 
Company  of  Philadelphia^  to  pur  chafe  a  lot 
of  ground  in  the  city  of  Philadelphia^  to  erecl 
a  building  thereon  for  the  ufe  of  the  injlitution, 
and  for  other  purpofes  therein  mentioned. 

IN  order  to  accommodate  the  company  with 
a  lot  of  ground,  and  a  convenient  building 
for  the  ufes  of  the  library,  IT  IS  ENACTED 
by  the  Library  Company  of  Philadelphia,  That 
the  Directors  mail  have  power  and  authority  to  Director* 
purchafe  a  lot  in  the  city  of  Philadelphia,  on  emPowf ed 

to  uurCiiti  c? 

ground  rent,  on  the  beft  terms  they  can  pro-  a  lot 
cure,  and  to  caufe  to  be  executed,  on  behalf  of 
the  company,  a  proper  counterpart  of  the  deed 
to  be  received  for  the  faid  ground. 

THAT  the  Directors  fliall  have  power  to  And  credi 
contract  for  materials  and  workmanfhip,  and  a  building, 
to  caufe  to  be  erected  a  fuitable  building,  with 
cellars,  the  faid  building  to  be  two  {lories  high, 
and  of  a  fize  fufficient  to  accommodate  and  ferve 
the  purpofes  of  the  library,  having  regard 
therein  to  a  gradual  increafe  of  books,  and 
other  articles  there  to  be  depofited. 

THAT  in  order  to  defray  the  expence  of 
the  faid  building,  the  Directors  ihall  endeavor   one  hun- 
to  make  an  addition  to  the  number  of  the  mem-  fore£eflia^s 
bers,  by  difpofmg  of  fhares,  and  having  pro-  viouu/dif- 
cured  one  hundred  new  members,  they  may  Pofed  of- 

d  proceed 


«** 


xxvi  The  Laws* 

proceed  on  the  work,  and  may  appropriate  the 
monies  now  due,  and  becoming  due,  and  be- 
longing to  the  company,  as  well  as  the  cafh  hi 
the  hands  of  the  Treafurer,  referving  enough 
for  the  current  expences  of  the  library.     And 
Direaor«  the  Directors  are  hereby  empowered  to  grant, 
tTfSTthe  bargain  and  fell  for  the  higheft  price  they  can 
real  cftate  obtain,  and  by  deed  or  deeds,  under  the  com- 

\o°u  om-  mon  ^ea^  °^  t^ie  comPany>  convey  and  allure 

pany         all  or  any  part  of  the  real  eftate,  belonging  to 

the  company,   and  to  appropriate  the  monies 

arifing  from  the  faid  fales  to  the  purpofes  afore* 

faid. 

It  is  hereby  further  enacled,  That  the  Direc- 
And  part  tors  for  the  time  being,  may  fell  or  let  out  on 

whiduh01  Sroun<^  rent  f°r  ever3  and  hy  deed  or  deeds, 
may  pur-  under  the  common  feal  of  the  company,  con- 
chafe.        vev  an(j  affure  fuch  part  of  the  lot  they  may 

purchafe,  as  they  may  judge  proper. 

Enabled  at  a  general  meetings  held  purfuant 
to  public  notice,  on  Monday  the  Jirjl  day 
of  June,  1789. 

W.  Rawle,  Secretary* 


RULES 


RULES 

1 


MADE       BY       THE 


DIRECTORS, 


To  be  obferved  in  the  Library, 


I.  r  1HE  Librarian  mall  attend  at  the  library,  for 
JL  the  prefent,  on  every  Tuefday,  Thurfday  and 
Saturday,  from  the  twentieth  day  of  March,  to  the 
twentieth  day  of  September,  from  two  o'clock  until 
feven  in  the  afternoon;  and  from  the  twentieth  day  of 
September,  to  the  twentieth  day  of  March,  from  three 
o'clock  until  eight  in  the  afternoon.  He  fliall  enter 
in  the  catalogue,  kept  at  the  library,  fuch  books  as 
may  be  purchafed  or  added  to  the  library;  label  and 
number  the  fame,  as  well  as  all  others  from  which  the 
label  or  number  may  be  torn  off  or  defaced.  He  fliall 
alfo  replace  the  books  on  the  ihelves,  as  they  are 
brought  in,  as  foon  as  he  conveniently  can,  firfl  having 
examined  whether  they  are  free  from  damage. 

II.  He  fliall  lend  to  any  member,   applying  on  the 
Days  above  mentioned, 

One  Folio  for  five  1 

One  Quarto  for  three  [  w„i_Q 

OneO&avoor  j    weeKS> 

Two  Duodecimos  for  two  J 

and  no  greater  number,  unlefs  on  hire,  or  fo  connected 
as  to  be  otherwife  ufelefs.      Such  perfons,   however, 

who 


jcxviii  The  Rules* 

who  refide  at  the  diftance  of  feven  miles  or  upwards, 
are  permitted  to  have  books  one  week  longer  than  the 
above  mentioned  times.  For  all  books  fo  lent,  he  fhall 
take  a  note,  payable  to  the  company,  for  double  the 
value,  as  nigh  as  he  can  eflimate,  of  the  book  or  fet 
of  books  to  which  they  belong,  conditioned  to  return 
the  fame,  undefaced,  within  the  time  above  mentioned; 
at  the  expiration  of  which  (unlefs  application  has  been 
made  by  another  member  for  the  fame  books,  and  the 
Librarian  requefted  to  take  a  memorandum  thereof) 
the  borrower  may,  on  producing  the  book  to  the  Li* 
brarian,  renew  his  note  for  the  like  time. 

III.  Every  perfon,  not  being  a  member,  who  (hall 
hire  a  book,  &c.  mail  firft  give  a  note  for  double  the 
value  thereof,  in  the  fame  manner,  and  be  fubjecl:  to 
the  fame  regulations,  as  a  member;  and  fliall  alfo  de- 
pofite,  as  fecurity,  in  the  hands  of  the  Librarian,  dou- 
ble the  value  of  fuch  book  or  books ;  but  if  the  book 
or  books  mould  belong  to  a  fet,  then  fuch  perfon  fhali 
depofite  treble  the  value  of  the  volume  or  volumes 
which  he  mall  fo  take  out,  and  fhall  pay?  for  the  ufc 
of  the  library,  for 

Folios  one  milling,  per  week,  and  no  fmaller 

Quartos  nine  pence,  I  fums  although  the  books 

Octavos  and  Duodecimos  j  may   be   returned  within 
fix-pence  J  the  week. 

IV.  Every  member  or  other  perfon  who  fliall  neglect 
to  return  the  book  or  books,  within  the  time  fpecified 
in  his  note,  fhall,  for  fuch  neglect,  pay  to  the  Librarian, 
for  the  ufe  of  the  library,  (befides  the  hire,  where  the 
book  is  not  taken  out  by  virtue  of  a  fhare)  four-pence 
for  each  time  the  library  is  afterwards  opened  for  lett- 
ing out  books :  and  if  not  returned,  undefaced,  within 
one  month  from  the  expiration  of  the  time  limited  in 
the  note,  the  fines  and  hire  accruing  thereupon  fliall  be 
doubled;  and  if  not  fo  returned  within  three  months 
from  the  fame  period,  the  note  or  depofite  money  fhall 
t>e  forfeited  to  the  company. 


The  Rules.  xxix 

V.  Books  returned  are  to  be  delivered  into  the  hands 
of  the  Librarian,  to  be  examined  whether  damaged  or 
not. 


VI.  No  perfon  from  whom  any  hire  or  forfeiture  is 
due,  or  who  hath  damaged  any  book,  mail  be  permitted 
to  have  another  book  till  fatisfaction  be  made. 

VII.  If  a  member,  and  one  who  is  not  a  member, 
mould  apply  for  the  fame  book  at  the  fame  time,  the 
member  {hall  have  the  preference. 

VIII.  A  member  may  take  out  on  hire,  without  a 
depofite,  as  many  books  in  value  for  which  his  (hare  in 
the  library  fhall,  by  the  Librarian,  be  deemed  a  fuffici- 
ent  fecurity,  on  the  fame  terms,  in  other  refpe&s,  as 
perfons  who  are  not  members. 

IX.  The  Librarian  mall  furnifh  the  Directors,  at  each 
monthly  meeting,  with  an  account  of  the  fines  and  for- 
feitures which  have  accrued  during  the  preceding  month. 

X.  The  Librarian  is  to  conform  to  the  inftruc'tions 
of  the  Directors  with  regard  to  fuch  books  as,  from 
their  fcarcity  and  value,  are  to  be  let  out  only  on  cer- 
tain conditions,  or  not  at  all. 

XI.  No  perfon,  whether  a  member  or  not,  is  to 
lend  the  book  or  books  he  borrows  to  any  perfon  out 
of  his  dwelling-houfe. 


A  LIST 


cKfe4<«0=9— Sfc-a 


■  -wiwmjiij; 


A 


LIST  of  the  MEMBERS 


o  F 


The  Library  Company  of  Philadelphia. 


AUGUST,    1789. 


A 

James  Abercrombie, 
Richard  Adams, 
William  Adcock, 
Thomas  Affleck, 
William  Allibone, 
Francis  Allifon, 
Joliah  Hewes  Anthony, 
Thomas  Armat, 
James  Afh, 
George  Afton. 


B 

Jofeph  Bacon, 
Job  Bacon, 
Hilary  Baker, 
Chriftopher  Baker, 
John  Baker, 
William  Ball, 
Jofeph  Ball, 
Cornelius  Barne?> 
Thomas  Bartow, 


Ann  Bartram, 
Ifaac  Bartram, 
Mofes  Bartram, 
Robert  Bafs, 
William  Beaven, 
Gunning  Bedford, 
Philip  Benezet, 
Daniel  Benezet, 
Samuel  Bettle, 
George  Bickham, 
Clement  Biddle, 
James  Biddle, 
John  Biddle,  junior. 
William  Bingham, 
John  Birchall, 
Robert  Blackwell, 
John  Bleakley, 
Peter  Blight, 
Philip  Boehm, 
Jofeph  Bolton, 
Phineas  Bond's  EJlate, 
Richard  Bond's  EJlaie, 
Charles  Bonnell, 
William  Bradford^  junior9 


XXXil 


A  Lift  of  the  Members. 


John  Bringhurft, 
James  Bringhurft, 
Edward  Brooks, 
William  Buckley, 
Jofeph  Budd, 
Caleb  Buglafs, 
George  Bullock's  EJlate, 
Andrew  Bunner, 
Charles  S.  Bunting, 
Edward  Burd, 
David  Bum, 
Job  Butcher. 


James  Calbraith, 
Thomas  Canby, 
Jofeph  Cannon's  EJlate, 
Philip  Care, 
Abraham  Carlile, 
Caleb  Carmalt, 
Thomas  Carftairs, 
James  Carter, 
John  Chaloner, 
William  Chancellor, 
Benjamin  Chew,  junior, 
William  Clark, 
Samuel  Clark, 
Matthew  Clarkfon, 
Curtis  Clay, 
John  Clayton's  EJlatey 
Rebecca  Clifford, 
Thomas  Clifford,  junior^ 
George  Clymer, 
Samuel  Coates, 
Samuel  Coates,  junior^ 
William  Coats, 
Ifaac  Coats, 
Nicholas  Collin, 
Stephen  Collins, 
Benjamin  Condy, 
Daniel  Cooper, 
Jofeph  Cowperthwait, 
James  Cox, 
Tench  Coxe, 
John  D.  Coxe, 
William  Coxe,  junior^ 
William  Craig, 
James  Crefibn, 


Jeremiah  CrefTon, 
Jofliua  CrerTon, 
Jofeph  Crukfhank, 
John  Cummings. 

D 

William  Darby, 
Hugh  Davey's  EJlat:, 
Benjamin  Davis, 
Rumford  Dawes, 
Abijah  Dawes, 
William  Dawfon, 
Jofeph  Dean, 
Hugh  Dehaven, 
Sharp  Delany, 
David  Defhler, 
Thomas  Dicas's  Eflate, 
John  Dickinfon, 
Eleanor  Digby, 
Jofeph  Donaldibn,  junior, 
John  Donnaldfon, 
Benedict  Dorfev, 
Leonard  Dorfey, 
Andrew  Dougiafs, 
Henry  Drinker, 
John  Drinker,  junior, 
Edward  Duffield, 
John  Duffield, 
Matthew  Duncan, 
Ann  Dunkin, 
John  Duniap. 


George  Eddy, 
Griffith  Edwards, 
Jacob  Ehrenzeller, 
jofiah  Elfreth, 
Hugh  Ely, 
Anne  Emlen, 
Samuel  Emlen, 
Cadwalader  Evans, 
David  Evans, 
Charles  Evans, 
John  Evans, 
Jonathan  Evans, 
Robert  Evans, 
Griffith  Evans, 
William  Evans's  EJfattr. 


A  Lift  of  the  Members* 


xxxiii 


Richard  Farmer, 
Bernard  Fearis, 
Jofeph  Ferree, 
Jofeph  Few, 
John  Field, 
George  Field, 
Nathan  Field, 
Thomas  Fifher, 
Samuel  Fifher, 
Miers  Fiftier, 
James  C.  Fifher, 
Enoch  Flower's  EJlate9 
William  Folwell, 
Richard  Footman, 
Nathaniel  Forbes, 
Thomas  Forreft, 
Amos  Foulke, 
Jofeph  Fox's  EJlatey 
Tench  Francis, 
Benjamin  Franklin, 
Thomas  Franklin, 
Charles  French, 
John  Fries, 
John  Fry, 
Abraham  Fuller, 


G 

Samuel  Garrigues's  Ejtete, 
William  Garrigues, 
Jefle  George, 
Conrad  Gerhard, 
Jofeph  Gerrald, 
Benjamin  Gibbs, 
James  Gibfon, 
John  Gibfon's  EJlate, 
John  Gill, 

Thomas  Gilpin's  EJ!atey 
William  Govett, 
Jofeph  Govett, 
Ifaac  Gray, 
William  Gray, 
Thomas  Green's  EJlate, 
George  Gueft. 


H 


Godfrey  Haga, 
Frederick  Hailer, 
Reuben  Haines, 
William  Hamilton, 
Andrew  Hamilton's  EJlate? 
Gavin  Hamilton,  junior ; 
Robert  Hare, 
Jacob  Harman's  Eftate, 
Jofeph  Harper 
James  Hartley, 
Pattifon  Hartlhorne, 
John  Haworth, 
Eden  Haydock's  EJlatcy 
Ebenezer  Hazard, 
Ifaac  Hazlehurft, 
George  Heap's  EJIate^ 
John  Helm, 
Jofiah  Hewes, 
Jofeph  Hewlings, 
Nicholas  Hicks, 
Henry  Hill, 
Michael  Hillegas, 
Hannah  Hobart, 
Robert  E.  Hobart, 
William  B.  Hockley, 
Samuel  Hodgdon, 
Levi  Hollingfworth, 
Richard  Hopkins, 
Francis  Hopkinfon, 
Benjamin  Hornor, 
Azariah  Horton, 
Thomas  Howard, 
Jofhua  Howell, 
Jofeph  Howell,  junior > 
Arthur  Howell, 
Samuel  Hudfon, 
Richard  Humphreys, 
Daniel  Humphreys, 
Ifaac  Hunt. 


I 


Jofeph  Infkeep, 
James  Irvine. 


XXXIV 


A  Lift  of  the  Members. 


j 


David  Jackfon, 
William  Jackfon's  EJiate, 
Abel  James, 
Jofeph  James, 
William  Jenkin's  EJiate, 
Charles  Jervis, 
William  Johnfon's  EJiate, 
Robert  Strettell  Jones, 
John  Jones, 
Aquila  Jones, 
Ifaac  Jones, 
Richard  Jones, 
Caleb  Jones, 
Jonathan  Jones,  junior, 
Ezra  Jones's  EJiate, 
George  Juftice. 

K 

John  Kaighn, 
John  Keble, 
Reynold  Keen, 
David  Kennedy, 
Jofeph  King's  EJiate, 
Adam  Kuhn, 
Peter  Kurtz. 


Ebenezer  Large, 
George  Latimer, 
William  Lawrence, 
Mary  Levan, 
Samfon  Levy's  EJiate, 
Mordecai  Lewis, 
Nathaniel  Lewis, 
David  Lewis, 
Thomas  Lieper, 
William  Lippincott, 
Peter  Zachary  Lloyd, 
William  Logan's  EJiate, 
James  Logan, 
John  Lort,  junior, 
William  Lownes, 
John  Lownes, 
Caleb  Lownes, 
Benjamin  Loxley, 
George  Ludlam, 
John  Lukens. 


M 


Archibald  McCall,  junior* 

Alexander  McGrcgor, 

Thomas  McKeant 

William  Mackenzie, 

Robert  Mc Knight, 

William  McMurtrie, 

Abraham  Maikoe, 

Jofeph  Marriott's  EJiate, 

Chriftopher  Marfhall, 

Chriftopher  Marfhall,  junior^ 

Benjamin  MarfhalPs  EJiate, 

John  Marfhall, 

Thomas  Mafterman, 

Thomas  May  bury, 

George  Meade, 

Thomas  Mendenhall, 

Charles  Meredith's  EJiate, 

Reefe  Meredith's  EJiate, 

Jonathan  Meredith, 

Edward  Middleton's  EJiate, 

John  Mifflin's  E/late, 

Samuel  Mifflin's  EJiate, 

John  Mifflin, 

Benjamin  Mifflin, 

George  Mifflin's  EJiate, 

John  F.  Mifflin, 

Samuel  Miles, 

Peter  Miller, 

William  Miller, 

John  Miller, 

Magnus  Miller, 

Jofeph  I.  Miller, 

James  Milligan,     „ 

Thomas  Mitchell, 

Robert  Montgomery's  EJiate, 

Thomas  Moore, 

William  Moore, 

Sarah  Moore, 

Charles  Moore, 

Evan  Morgan's  EJiate, 

Evan  Morgan,  Taylor  V  EJiate, 

Benjamin  Morgan, 

Jacob  Morgan, 

Benjamin  Morgan,  Merchant^ 

Robert  Morris, 

Thomas  Mori  is, 

Anthony  Morris's  EJiate^ 


A  Lift  of  the  Members. 


xxxv 


William  Morris's  EJlate, 
Samuel  Morns, 
Cadwalader  Morris, 
Benjamin  Wiftar  Morris, 
Richard  Hill  Morris, 
James  Morris, 
Robert  Morris,  Miller, 
Ifaac  Morris, 
John  Morton, 
Samuel  Murdoch, 
Thomas  Murgatroyd. 

N 

John  Nancarrow, 
William  Nafh, 
Lewis  Nicholas, 
Samuel  Nicholas, 
John  Nicholfon, 
John  Nixon, 
Charles  Norris's  Eftate, 
Jofeph  North, 
Samuel  Norton, 
Thomas  Norton. 


o 

Aaron  Oakford, 
Jofeph  Ogden, 
Jofeph  Ogilby, 
John  Oldden. 


Samuel  Pancoaft, 
Thomas  Parke, 
Jacob  Parke, 
Jeremiah  Parker, 
Richard  Parker, 
Jofeph  Parker's  Eftate, 
Ifaac  Parrim, 
William  Par v in, 
Jofeph  Pafchall, 
Ifaac  Pafchall, 
Benjamin  Pafchall's  EJlate, 
Stephen  Pafchall, 
Robert  Patton, 
William  Pearfon, 


James  Pearfon, 
Henry  Pafchall  Pearfon, 
_  Phineas  Pemberton' s  EJlate, 
Jofeph  Pemberton' s  EJlate, 
Jofeph  Pemberton,    Grazier's 

EJlate, 
Mary  Pemberton, 
Edward  Penington, 
Jofeph  Pennell's  EJlate, 
George  Pennock, 
James  Penrofe's  EJlate, 
Thomas  Penrofe, 
John  Perot, 
Frederick  Phile, 
Henry  White  Phyfick, 
Samuel  Pleafants, 
Ifrael  Pleafants, 
John  Pleafants, 
David  Potts, 
John  Potts,  junior, 
Zachariah  Poulfon,  junior, 
Benjamin  Poultney, 
Samuel  Powel, 
Edward  Price, 
Richard  Price, 
Thomas  Pryor. 

R 

Jofeph  Rakeftraw, 
Benjamin  Randolph, 
William  Rawle, 
James  Read, 
John  Redman, 
Jofeph  Redman's  EJlate, 
John  Reedle, 
James  Rees, 
Peter  Reeve, 
Samuel  Rhoads's  Eftate, 
Daniel  Richards, 
Nathaniel  Richardfon, 
Allen  Ridgway, 
Guftavus  Rifberg, 
David  Rittenhoufe, 
Hugh  Roberts's  EJlate, 


XXXVI 


*  A  Lift  of  the  Members. 


John  Roberts's  EJlate, 
Aquila  Roberts's  EJlate, 
Hugh  Roberts, 
George  Roberts, 
William  Roberts, 
Samuel  Robins's  EJlate, 
Samuel  Robinfon, 
John  Rofs, 

Zebulon  Rudolph's  EJlate, 
Daniel  Rundle, 
Richard  Rundle, 
William  Rufh, 
Thomas  Rufton, 
George  Rutter. 


Matthias  Sadler, 
Samuel  Sanfom, 
William  Savery's  EJlate, 
Thomay  Say, 
Samuel  Scotten, 
Benjamin  Scull 
William  Sellers, 
William  Sergeant, 
Samuel  Shaw, 
Jofeph  Shewel, 
John  Shields, 
Thomas  Shields, 
William  Shippen, 
Samuel  Shoemaker, 
Edward  Shoemaker, 
Jacob  Shoemaker, 
Jonathan  Shoemaker, 
Thomas  Shoemaker, 
Thomas  Shute, 
Lawrence  Sickle, 
Buckridge  Sims, 
Jofeph  Sims, 
John  Sitgreaves, 
Jonathan  Bayard  Smith, 
William  Smith, 
James  Smith,  junior, 
Jofhua  Smith, 
Ifaac  Snowden, 
Jofeph  Snowden, 
Charles  Souder, 


i 


Jacob  Souder, 

Townfend  Speakman, 

Ludowick  Sprogell's  EJlatet 

Valentine  Stanley's  EJlate ■, 

Jofeph  Stanfbury, 

Stephen  Stapler, 

James  Starr, 

Charles  Startin, 

Robert  Stevenfon, 

Walter  Stewart, 

Jofeph  Stiles, 

William  Stiles, 

John  Stille, 

Peter  Stretch, 

Amos  Strettell's  EJlaiet 

Ifaac  Stroud, 

James  Stuart, 

John  Swanwick, 

Jofeph  Swift, 

Charles  Swift, 

William  Sykes. 


Benjamin  Taylor, 

Enoch  Taylor, 

Jofeph  Thomas's  EJlate, 

Chriftopher  Thompfon's  EJla* 

Charles  Thompfon, 

William  Thornton, 

John  Todd, 

John  Todd,  junior, 

Alexander  Tod, 

William  Tod, 

Robert  Towers, 

Daniel  Trotter, 

Robert  Tucknifs, 

Jofiah  Twamleyj 

Godfrey  Twclls, 

Daniel  Tyfon. 


V 

James  Vanuxem, 
John  Vaughan, 
Samuel  Vaughan,  junior^ 
Richard  Vaux. 


A  Lift  of  the  Members, 


XXXVll 


W 


Philip  Wager, 
Jofhua  M.  Wallace, 
Samuel  Wallis, 
Nicholas  Wain, 
Richard  Wain's  Efttie* 
JefTe  Wain, 
Jeremiah  Warder, 
John  Warder, 
John  Warner, 
Jofeph  Warner, 
Jofeph  Warner's  EJlate, 
Richard  Wells, 
Gideon  Hill  Wells, 
John  Craig  Wells, 
Edward  Wells, 
William  Weft's  EJlate, 
James  Weft, 
Thomas  Weft, 
Samuel  Wetherill,  minor, 
Jofeph  Wetherill, 
Ifaac  Wharton, 
John  Wharton, 
Kearney  Wharton, 
Thomas  Wharton's  EJlate, 
James  Wharton, 
Charles  Wharton, 
Samuel  Wheeler, 
Ifrael  Whelen, 
William  White, 
John  White, 
Solomon  White, 
James  Whiteall, 
Richard  Whiteheads 


Richard  H.  Wickerfnam, 
Peter  WickofF, 
John  Wigton, 
Alexander  Wilcocks, 
John  Wilcocks, 
Daniel  Williams, 
William  Williams, 
Thomas  Williams's  EJlate, 
James  Wilfon, 
James  Wilfon,  merchant, 
John  Wilfon, 
Thomas  Wilhart, 
Sarah  Wiftar, 
Catharine  Wiftar,  junior, 
Richard  Wiftar, 
Bartholomew  Wiftar, 
Cafpar  Wiftar, 
Thomas  Wiftar, 
Daniel  Wilier, 
John  Wood, 

William  Woodrow's  ejlaie, 
Benjamin  Wynkoop* 

X 


Ellis  Yarnal, 
Jofeph  Yerkes. 


Jonathan  Zane's  eftate, 
Ifaac  Zane,  junior. 


A  D  V  E  R- 


ADVERTISEMENT. 

THE  inconvenient  arrangement  of  the  former  Cata- 
logues having  been  much  complained  of  as  tending  to 
prolong  and  perplex  the  enquiry  after  particular  authors^ 
and  affording  no  general  view  of  the  different  fubjecls 
contained  in  the  library,  the  following  plan  was  fuggejl- 
ed,  and  it  is  hoped  will  be  more  fatisfaclory. 

In  conformity  to  the  general  delineation  of  human  fci- 
ence,  laid  down  by  Bacon,  and  afterwards  illuftrated 
and  enlarged  by  Dy  Alembert,  the  books  have  been  divided 
into  three  claffes,  correfponding  with  the  three  great 
divifions  of  the  mental  faculties — Memory,  Reafon  and 
Imagination. 

7/  has  been  attempted  to  render  the  fubdivifions  of  the 
Jeveral  clajfes  fufficienily  ample,    to  combine  only  thofe 

which  proceeded  from  a  common  fource,  and  could  not  be 
feparated  without  difficulty,    and  to  adapt  the  arrange* 

ment  rather  to  the  fcience  than  the  fubjecl. 

The  arrangement  zuill  not,  perhaps,  efcape  cenfure, 
nor  the  books  appear  to  have  been  always  claffed  with  pro- 
priety ;  but,  it  Jhoidd  be  remembered,  that  little  lefs  than 
an  univerfal  acquaintance  with  them  was  competent  to  a 
tafh  of  the  kind,  which,  although  it  required  an  uninter- 
rupted dedication  of  time  and  talents,  was  to  be  executed 
by  thofe  on  whom  it  was  devolved,  in  the  occafional  inter- 
vals of  other  duties,  with  minds  frequently  wearied  by 
ether  labors. 

A  number  of  the  following  volumes  having  been  pre- 
fented  by  the  friends  of  the  infl'uution,  the  names  of  the 
donors  are  infcrted;  many,  however,  which  have  been 
omitted  in  the  catalogue  laft  publifhed  will  not  appear  in 
the  prcfent  one — a  circumjlance  which  was  dij covered  too 
late  to  be  remedied.  The  liberal  bequefls  of  the  late 
William  Logan,  Efquire,  are  d'iftinguifhed  by  the  Italic 
letter  L. 

ARRANGE- 


ARRANGEMENT. 


MEMORY. 

Paee 

I.  Sacred  Hiftory,  -----  j 

II.  Ecclejiaftical  Hiftory,       -         -         -         -         -     4 

III.  Civil  Hi/lory — including  Biography,  Antiquities, 

Military  and  Naval  Hi/lory,  and  Civil  Hiftory 
properly  fo  called,         -         -         -         -         10 

IV.  Natural  Hi/lory  in  all  its  branches,         -         -     73 

V.  Voyages  and  Travels,  -  -  -86" 

VI.  Geography  and  Topography,  with  Maps,  Charts 
aid  Plans,         -         -         -         -         -         104 


a] 


REASON. 

I.  Theology,  -  -  -  -  113 

II.  Mythology,  -  -  -  -         149 

III.  Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Sjftem  in  general,       -      150 

IV.  Grammars,    Dictionaries,    and    Treatifcs    on 

Education,         -  -  -  162 

V.  Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Criticifm,         -  -  i63 

VI.  General  and  /<?<:#/  Politics,         -  -  1 70 

VII.  Trade  and  Commerce,    Treatifcs  on  Annuities 

and  Infurance,  -  -  -  217 

VIII.  L#w,           -          -  -            -          -222 

IX.  Metaphyfus,         -         -  -           -           -2^6 

X.  Geometry,         -          -  -          -           -           23  J 
ZI.  Arithmetic  and  AWcbra^  -           -          -     241 


xl  Arrangement. 

XII.  Mechanics,  -  -  244 

XIII.  AJlronomy,  AJlrology  and  Chronology,        -      245 

XIV.  Optics,  Pneumatics,  Hydroftatics,  Hydraulics, 

Phonics,  and  Gnomonics,  -  -         249 

XV.  Navigation  and  Naval  Architecture,  -      251 

XVI.  Civil  Architecture,  -  -  -  253 

XVII.  The  Military  Art,  -  -  -       255 

XVIII.  Heraldry,  -         -         -  -         -     258 

XIX.  Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemiftry,         -         260 

XX.  Agriculture  and  Gardening,         -         >-       -     280 

XXI.  ^r/j  and  Manufactures,         -         -        -       286 

XXII.  Experimental  and  natural  Philofophy,  and 

elementary    Treatifes   on   the   ^r/j   and 
Sciences,         -  290 

IMAGINATION. 

I.  Poetry  and  //j<?  Drama,  -  -  -         297 

II.  FTtfrfo  of  Ficlion,  Wit  and  Humor,         -         -     319 

III.  The  jRh*  ^r/j,  -  -  -  -  325 

Miscellanies,  -  -  -  ^         -      328 

Addenda,  -----         371 

Index  of  Names,  -  -  385 

Explanation.— This  mark  f  denotes  that  the  book 
is  claffed  under  two  heads,  and  when  placed  under  three 
heads  it  is  marked  thus  J. 

The  following  mark  *  defignates  a  volume  of  pam- 
phlets; and  the  number  added,  refers  to  the  order  in 
which  they  are  bound  up. 

A 


A 

CATALOGUE 


O    F 


BOOKS, 


BELONGING     TO 


The  Library  Company  of  Philadelphia. 


I.     Sacred  Hiftory. 


FOLIO. 

64  TJURVER's  translation  of  the  Old  and  New  Teftament; 
M       with  notes.     2  vols.     London,  1764. 

6$  The  Holy  Bible.     Black  letter.     London,  1541.     Gift  of 

William  Fry, 

71  Stackhoufe's  new  hiftory  of  the  Bible,  frofh  the  beginning 

of  the  world,  to  the  eftablifhment  of  Chriftianity;  with 
a  connection  of  profane  hiftory.  With  plates.  2  vols. 
London,  1752. 

72  The  Holy  Bible.     With  a  prayer  book,  according  to  the 

church  of  Ireland.     Dublin,  1741. 

112  Taylor's  hiftory  of  the  life  and  death  of  the  Holy  Jesus; 
with  the  lives,  acts,  and  martyrdoms  of  his  apoftles; 
with  plates.     London,  1742. 

A  164 


I  Sacred  Hiftory.     Folio. 

164  Biblia  Sacra  cum  notis  Tremellii  et  Junii.      Gift  of  Peter 
Evans. 

f  188  Ufher's  hiftory  of  the  Old  and  New  Teflament;  with  that 
of  the  Maccabees.  Alfo  all  the  moft  remarkable  affairs 
of  Afia  and  Egypt.     London,   1698. 

237  Ellwood's  facred  hiftory.     2  vols.     London,  1720. 

321 1  Morgan's  Cyd-cordiad  Egwyddorawl  o'r  Scrythurau;  or 
&    >      a  Welch  concordance  of  the  Holy  Bible.    Philadelphia5 
369  J        1730.      N°*  369  is  the  gift  of  Jofeph  Crui/hank. 

326  Calmet's  dictionary  of  the  Holy  Bible;  with  plates.  3  vols. 
London,  1732. 

334")  Kennicott's  Hebrew  Bible.    2  vols.    Oxford,  1775.     N°* 
&    >       349  is  the  gift  of  Dr.  Samuel  Preflon,   of  Kent  in  Great 
349  j       Britain* 

337  Newcombe's  harmony  of  the  gofpels.    Dublin,  1778. 

t  356  Johannis  Buxtorfi  concordantiae  Bibliorum  Hebraicas.  Bi- 
fileae,  1632.      Gift  of  Granville  Sharp. 

360  H.  Stephani  concordantiae  Graecae  Latinas  Teftamenti  Novi. 
Editio  fecunda.    Genevas,  1624.     Gift  of  Granville  Sharp. 

364  Teftamentum  Grascum.      Per  Robertum  Stephanum  excu- 
fum.     Francofurti,  1601.      Gift  of  Granville  Sharp. 

•j-  366  Annales  veteris  Teftamenti,  Jacobo  Uiferio  Armachano 
digeftore.     Londini,  1650.      Gift  of  Granville  Sharp. 

408  The  Old  and  New  Teftament ;  with  notes.     Low  Dutch. 
Leyden,  1637. 


QJLJ  A  R  T  O. 

65  The  text  of  the  New  Teftament  of  Jesus  Christ,  Iranf- 
lated  out  of  the  vulgar  Latine  by  the  Papifts  of  the 
traiterous  feminarie  of  Rheimes.  Whereunto  is  added 
the  tranilation  out  of  the  original  Greeke,  commonly 
ufed  in  the  church  of  England,  with  a  confutation  of 
all  fuch  arguments,  gloffes  and  annotations,  as  containe 
manifeft  herefie,  treafon  and  flander  againft  the  chatho- 
like  church  of  God,  &c.    By  ^William  Foulke.    London. 

384  A  critical  hiftory  of  the  Old  Teftament.  Written  in 
French,  by  father  Simon,  and  tranflated  into  Englifh 
by  a  perfon  of  quality.     London,  1682. 

185 


Sacred  Hiftory.     Quarto.  3 

185  A  critical  hiftory  of  the  text  of  the  New  Teftament.     By 
Richard  Simon.     London,  1689. 

191   A  curious  manufcript  Bible;  written  in  Latin,  on  vellum, 
in  the  year  10 16.     Gift  of  Dr.  Gcurgc  Vaux,  of  London. 

295  Le  Nouveau  Teftament.    Traduit  fur  l'original  Grec.  par 
Jean  Le  Clerc.     Amfterdam,  1703. 

416  Biblia  Sacra  fine  punctis.  Accurante  Nath.  Forfter.  4  torn. 
Oxonii,  1750.      Gift  of  Granville  Sharp. 

485  Jesu  Christi  Novum  Teftamentum,  interprete  Imman- 
vele  Tremellio.     Londini,  1703. 

558  L.  Biblia  Sacra  Ex  hebroso  et  Grgeco  Latina  facia.     Cum 
Francif  ci  Vatabli  notis.     Hanoviae,  1 605. 


OCTAVO. 

126  Prideaux's  connection  of  the  Old  and  New  Teftament,  in 
the  hiftory  of  the  Jews  and  neighbouring  nations,  from 
the  declenfion  of  the  kingdoms  of  Ifrael  and  Judah,  to 
the  time  of  Christ.  Eleventh  edition.  4  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1749. 

433  Quefnel's  edition  of  the  New  Teftament;  with  moral 
reflections  upon  every  verfe.  Tranilated  from  the 
French,  by  Richard  RufTel.     4  vols.     London,  17 19. 

667  The  evangelical  hiftory  of  our  Lord  Jesus  Christ;  with 
an  account  of  the  propagation  of  Chriftianity,  and  the 
original  fettlement  and  ftate  of  the  church.  By  a  fociety 
of  gentlemen.     2  vols.     London,  1757. 

980  Dictionary  of  the  Holy  Bible.     3  vols.     London,  1759., 

1229  Willan's  hiftory  of  the  miniftry  of  Jesus  Christ,  combined 
from  the  narrations  of  the  four  evangelifts.  London, 
1782. 

1427  Scripture  lexicon;  or  a  dictionary  of  above  three  thou- 
fand  proper  names  of  perfons  and  places,  mentioned  in 
the  Bible.     Birmingham,  1784. 

1532  Biblia,  inhoudende  dat  Oude  ende  Nieuwe  Teftament. 
T' Amfterdam,  1633. 

1538  Biblia  Sacra  Latina.     Lugduni,  161 2. 

1 67 7  L.  Vetus  Teftamentum  Grsecum  ex  verfione  feptuaginta 
interpretum.     Londini,  1653. 

DUO- 


Sacred  Hi/lory.     Duodecimo. 


DUODECIMO. 

223  Blackwell's  defence  of  the  facred  claffics;  or  an  efTay  on 
the  purity,  &c.  of  the  writers  of  the  New  Teftament. 
Third  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1737. 

502  Biblia  Hebraica.     Berolini,  1712. 

528  Novum  Teftamentum  Syriace.  Antverpia*,  1575.  Gift 
of  John  Ajlerius  S albert  z,. 

690  Mrs.  Trimmer's  facred  hiftory.    2  vols.     London,  1782. 

753  The  Holy  Bible.     Philadelphia,  1782. 

785  A  concife  hiftory  of  the  Bible.  Philadelphia,  1787.  Gift 
of  Daniel  Humphreys. 

823  Le  Nouveau  Teftament  Latin  et  Francois,  Be  Pimpri- 
merie  de  Badius.     1554. 

833  Le  Nouveau  Teftament,  avec  les  pfeaumes  de  David.  (No 
title  page.) 

1 00 1  Novum  Teftamentum  Graecum.     Argenlorati,  1524. 


II.     Ecclefiqftical  Hi/lory* 


FOLIO. 

10      A   CTS  and  monuments,   containing  the  univerfal  hif* 

JlX.  tory  of  the  church,  from  the  primitive  age  to  the 

prefent  time;  with  plates.     By  John  Fox.     With  the 

life  of  the  author.     Ninth  edition.     3  vols.     London, 

1 684.      Gift  of  Robert  Grace. 

13  Ceremonies  and  religious  cuftoms  of  the  various  nations 
of  the  known  world;  with  plates.  Written  in  French, 
and  tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  a  gentleman  of  St. 
John's  college.     6  vols.     London,  1733. 

t  36 


Ecclefiqftical  Hiftory.     Folio.  5 

f  36  An  ecclefiaftical  and  civil  chronicle  containing  matters  of 
fact,  for  difcovering  the  true  hiftory  of  England,  from 
the  reftoration  of  Charles  the  fecond.  From  the  manu- 
fcripts  of  the  bifliop  of  Peterborough.     London,  1728. 

53  Bafnage's  hiftory  of  the  Jews,  from  Jesus  Christ  to  the 
preient  time;  containing  an  account  of  their  antiquities, 
religion,  rites,  &c.  being  a  continuation  of  the  hiftory  of 
Jofephus.  Written  in  French,  and  tranfiated  into  En- 
glifh  by  Thomas  Taylor.     London,  1 708. 

80  Synopfis  Papifmi;  o~  a  general  view  of  Papiftry;  wherein 
the  whole  myftery  of  iniquity  is  fet  down,  which  is 
maintained  againft  the  church  of  Christ.  London, 
1 600.      Gift  of  Jofeph  PafchalL 

t>2  Foulis's  hiftory  of  Romifh  treafons  and  usurpations ;  with 
an  account  of  the  impoftures  in  the  church  of  Rome. 
London,  1671. 

$8  Cave's  hiftory  of  the  lives,  acts,  deaths  and  writings  of 
the  molt  eminent  fathers  of  the  church  who  flourifhed 
in  the  fourth  century;  with  an  account  of  the  rife  and 
progrefs  of  Arianifm.     London,  1683. 

92  Report  of  the  committee  to  whom  the  petition  of  the  de- 
puties of  the  united  Moravian  churches  was  referred; 
with  extracts  of  the  mo  ft  material  vouchers  and  papers 
contained  in  the  appendix  to  faid  report.  London,  1 749. 
Gift  of  the  reverend  Mr,  Spangenberg. 

108  Brandt's  hiftory  of  the  reformation,  in  and  about  the  Low 

Countries.     4  vols.      1720. 

109  Broughton's  hiftorical  dictionary  of  all  religions,  from  the 

creation  to  the  prefent  time.     2  vols.     London,  1742. 

151  Warner's  ecclefiaftical  hiftory  of  England,  to  the  eigh- 
teenth century.     2  vols.     London,  1756. 

176  Strype's  annals  of  the  reformation  and  eftabliihment  of 
religion,  and  various  other  occurrences  in  the  church 
and  ftate  of  England.     4  vols.     London,  1734. 

f  192  Dupin's  hiftory  of  ecclefiaftical  writers;  containing  an  ac- 
count of  the  lives  and  writings  of  the  primitive  fathers. 
7  vols.     London,  1699. 

194  Sleydan's  general  hiftory  of  the  reformation  of  the  church, 
from  the  year  15 17,  to  the  year  1556;  with  a  continua- 
tion to  the  end  of  the  council  of  Trent,  in  the  year  1562. 
By  Edmund  Bohun.     London,  1689. 

206 


Ecciefiajlical  Hiftory.     Folio. 

206  Burnet's  hiftory  of  the  reformation  of  the  church  of  En- 
gland.    3  vols.     London,  1679. 

215  Polano's  hiftory  of  the  council  of  Trent,  with  the  prac- 
tices of  the  court  of  Rome  to  hinder  the  reformation; 
including  the  hiftory  of  the  Inquiiition.    London,  1676. 

219I  BeiTe's  collection  of  the  fufFerings  of  the  people  called 
&    r      Quakers,  from  1650  to  1689.    2  vols.    London,  1753. 
270  J       Gift  of  the  Yearly  Meeting  of  Friends  in  London* 

243  Cracanthrop's  treatife  of  the  firft  general  council  held  at 
Conftantinople,  anno  553.     London,  1634. 

269  Sir  James  Ware's  works  concerning  Ireland;  containing 
the  hiftory  of  the  bifhops  of  that  kingdom,  and  fuch 
matters  in  which  they  were  concerned,  from  the  firft 
propagation  of  Chriftianity  therein,  to  the  prefent  time. 
2  vols.     Dublin,  1764. 

278  Sewel's  hiftory  of  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  the  people  called 
Quakers.     Philadelphia,  1728. 

280  The  hiftory  of  the  church,  by  Eufebius  Pamphilius,  So- 
crates Scholafticus  and  Evagrius  Scholafticus.  Tianf- 
lated  into  Englifh.     London,  1709. 

351   Fuller's  church  hiftory  of  Britain;  from  the  birth  of  Jesus 
Christ,    to  the  year  1648.     London,    1655.     G*ft  °f 
Ezra  jfones. 

497   L.  Hiftoriae  ecclefiafticse  gentis  Anglorum  libri  V.    A  ve- 
nerabili  Beda  Prefbytero  fcripti.    Cantabrigise,  1643. 


QJJ  ARTO. 

134  Limborch's  hiftory  of  the  Inquifition;  with  plates.  Trans- 
lated into  Englifh  by  Samuel  Chandler;  with  an  intro- 
duction concerning  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  perfecution, 
&c.     2  vols,  in  one.     London,   1731. 

1 S^  The  hiftory  of  Popery.  By  feveral  gentlemen.  2  vols. 
London,  1735. 

196  Wright's  hiftory  of  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  the  people 
called  Quakers,  in  Ireland,  from  the  year  1653,  to  1700; 
with  a  continuation  to  the  year  175 1,  and  a  treatife  of 
Chriftian  difcipline,  exercifed  among  the^  faid  people. 
By  John  Rutty.     Dublin,   1751. 

229 


Ecclefiaftical  Hiftory.     Quarto.  7 

229  Mofhdm's  ecclefiaftical  hiftory,  from  the  birth  of  Christ. 
Tranilated  from  the  original,  by  Archibald  Mac-Laine. 
2  vols.     London,  1765. 

253  The  hiftory  of  the  famous  edict  of  Nantes;  containing  an 
account  of  all  the  perfecutions  that  have  been  in  France. 
London,  1694. 

f  347  Stuart's  hiftory  of  the  eftablifhment  of  the  reformation  of 
religion  in  Scotland.     London,  1780. 

415  Relation  des  mefures  prifes  pour  introduire  la  liturgie  An- 
glicane  dans  le  Roiaume  de  Pruffe  et  dans  PEle&orat  de 
Hanover.     Londres,  1767.      Gift  of  Granville  Sharp. 

*  463 — 7  Minutes  of  the  Baptift  afTociation,   held  at  Philadel- 

phia, October  1774.     Philadelphia,  1782. 

*  478 — 8  An  account  of  the  fociety  for  propagating  the  gofpel 

in  foreign  parts.     London,  1 706. 

535  L.  Hiftoria  del  concilio  Tridentino  di  Pietro  Soave.     In 
Geneva,  1629. 

*  559  L. — 1   Godwyn's  Mofes  and  Aaron;  being  an  account  of 

the  ecclefiaftical  and  civil  rites  uied  by  the  anci- 
ent Hebrews.    Seventh  edition.    London,  1655. 


OCTAVO. 

■j-  93  The  critical  hiftory  of  England;    ecclefiaftical  and  civil. 
Third  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1728. 

130  Rimius's  narrative  of  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  the  Hern- 
hutters,  commonly  called  Moravians,  or  Unitas  Fra- 
trum;  with  a  fhort  account  of  their  doctrines,  and 
obfervations  on  their  politics,  &c.     London,  1753. 

*  230 — 1   Virginia's  cure,  an  advilive  narrative  concerning  Vir- 

ginia; difcovering  the  true  ground  of  that  churche's 
unhappinefs.     London,  1662. 

— 7  A  true  declaration  of  the  eftate  of  the  colonie  in  Vir- 
ginia.    London,  16 10. 

*  468 — 3")  Rimius's  narrative  of  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  the 

&  >      Herrnhuters,  commonly  called  Moravians.    Phila- 

*  1565 — 1  J      delphia,  1753. 

560 


S  Ecclejiajlhat  Hiftory.     O&avo. 

560  NeaPs  hiftory  of  the  Puritans;  or  Proteftant  non- conform  =• 
ills;  from  the  reformation  to  the  act  of  toleration  by 
William  and  Mary,  in  the  year  1689;  with  an  account 
of  their  principles  and  fufferings,  and  the  lives  of  their 
principal  divines.     4  vols.     Dublin,  1759. 

639  Rimius's  hiftory  of  the  Moravians,  from  their  firft  fettle- 
ment  at  Herrnhaag,  to  the  prefent  time ;  with  Andrew 
Frey's  account  of  their  conferences,  calling  lots,  mar- 
riages, &c.     2  vols.     London,  1759. 

#  ypg — £  Mofheim's  memoirs  of  the  Chriftian  church  in  China; 

being  a  feries  of  facts  to  evidence  the  caufes  of  the 
declenfion  of  Chriflianity  in  that  empire.  Tranflat- 
ed  from  the  German.     London,  1 750. 

#  932 — 1   Godwyn's   Mofes  and   Aaron;   being  an  account  of 

the  ecclefiaftical  and  civil  rites  ufed  by  the  ancient 
Hebrews.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1631. 

10J.7  Laval's  hiftory  of  the  reformation  in  France,  from  the 
beginning  of  the  reformation  to  the  repealing  of  the  edict 
of  Nantes;  with  an  account  of  the  perfecutions  of  the 
Proteftants  under  Lewis  XIV.    6  vols.    London,  1738. 

1052  Crofby's  hiftory  of  the  Englifh  Baptifts,  from  the  reform- 
ation to  the  beginning  of  the  reign  of  George  the  firft* 
4  vols.     London,  1738. 

1 181*)  Crantz's  hiftory  of  the  Brethren;  or  a  narrative  of  the 
&     J-      Proteftant  church  of  the  United  Brethren,  or  Unitas 

1 244  J  Fratrum,  in  remoter  ages,  and  particularly  in  the  pre- 
fent century.  Tranilated  from  the  German,  with 
notes,  by  Benjamin  La  Trobe.  London,  1780.  N°- 
1 244  is  the  gift  of  Lewis  Weis. 

13 14  Levi's  fuccincl:  account  of  the  rites  and  ceremonies  of  the 
Jews,  and  a  faithful  account  of  the  Mifhna,  or  the  Oral 
law,  and  the  teachers  thereof.     London. 

*  1347 — 1   Remarks  on  a  catalogue  of  the  facred  veffels  reftored 

by  Cyrus,  and  the  chief  Jews  returned  from  capti- 
vity. By  Granville  Sharp.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don,   1 775*      Gift  of  the  author, 

1493 1  Bachis's  church  hiftory  of  New  England,  from  the  year 
&     >      1690,  to  1784.    2  vols,  of  the  former,  and  one  of  the 

1 752  J      latter  number.     N0,  1493  is  the  gift  of  the  author. 

*  1628 — 7  Journal  of  a  convention  of  the  Proteftant  Epifcopal 

church,  in  the  United  States  of  America,  held  at 
Philadelphia,  June  1786.  Philadelphia,  1786.  Gift 
cf  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

DUO- 


Ecclejiqftical  Hi/lory.     Duodecimo.  -9 


DUODECIMO. 

290  Burnet's  abridgement  of  the  hiftory  of  the  reformation  of 
the  church  of  England.  Sixth  edition.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don,  1728. 

333  Pitt's  account  of  the  religion  and  manners  of  the  Mahome- 
tans; with  a  relation  of  their  pilgrimage  to  Mecca,  &c. 
Fourth  edition.     London,   1738. 

338  Penn's  brief  account  of  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  the  people 
called  Quakers.     Fifth  edition.     London,   1748. 

351  Ricaut's  account  of  the  prefent  ftate  of  the  Greek  and 
Armenian  churches. 

472  A  fhort  account  of  the  lives  and  fufFerings  of  feveral  godly 
perfons  who  died  in  England,  for  the  fake  of  the  gofpel, 
in  the  reigns  of  king  Henry  the  eighth  and  queen  Mary. 
Corke,   1731. 

*  787 — 8  Taylor's  narrative  of  the  principles,  conduct  and  cha- 

rafter  of  the  people  known  by  the  name  of  Shakers. 
Worcefter,   (Maifachufetts)  1782. 

*  791 — 5  Benezet's  account  of  the  people  called  Quakers.     Se- 

cond edition.     Philadelphia. 

959  L.  Koratii   Turfellini  hiftorias   libri   quinque.       Coloniae, 
1592. 

965  L.  Petri  Cunaei  de  republica  Hebrssorum,  libri  III.      Lug- 
duni  Batavorum,   1632. 

1CC2  The  hiftory  of  the  church,  from  the  beginning  of  the 
world  to  the  year  1 71 8.  Third  edition.  4  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1724. 


III.  Civil 


B 


10  Civil  Hi/lory.     Folio. 


III.  Civil  Hi/lory — including  Biography,  Antiquities, 
Military  and  Naval  Hi/lory,  and  Civil  Hi/lory 
properly  fo  called. 

FOLIO. 

II   /^1  ORDON's  efTay  towards  explaining  the  hierogly- 
VJT   phical  figures  on  the  coffin  of  an  ancient  mummy. 
London,  1737. 

}  i6l  An  embafTy  from  the  Dutch  Eafl  India  company,  to  the 
&  >      emperor  of  China;  with  a  defcription  of  the  cities, 

+  5 13  J  towns,  ports,  rivers,  &c.  in  their  pafTage  from  Canton 
to  Peking.  With  plates.  By  John  Nieuhoff.  Tranf- 
lated  by  John  Ogilby.  Eirfl  and  fecond  editions. 
London,   1669  and  1673. 

j;  17  A  relation  of  remarkable  paffages  in  two  embafTys,  from 
the  Dutch  Eafl  India  company,  to  the  emperor  of  China ; 
with  a  geographical  defcription  of  that  empire.  With 
plates.  Tranflated  from  Arnoldus  Montanus,  by  John 
Ogilby.     London,  1671. 

1  1 8  An  account  of  remarkable  addrefTcs,  by  way  of  embafTy, 
from  the  Dutch  Eafl:  India  company,  to  the  emperor  of 
Japan;  with  a  defcription  of  the  cities,  religions,  laws, 
cuitoms,  &c.  With  plates.  By  Arnoldus  Montanus. 
Tranflated  by  John  Ogilby.     London,  1673. 

|  19  A  defcription  of  Perfia,  the  empire  of  the  Great  Mogul, 
and  other  parts  of  India;  with  an  account  of  the  cus- 
toms, religion  and  languages  of  the  inhabitants,  and 
their  government  and  commerce.  With  plates.  Col- 
lected by  John  Ogilby.     London,  1673. 

f  22  Maitland's  hiftory  and  furvey  of  London,  from  its  flrfl 
foundation  to  the  prefent  time,  containing  an  account 
of  its  origin,  increafe  and  cuitoms;  and  a  defcription  of 
churches,  antiquities,  &c.  with  plates.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don,  1756. 

29  Keating's  general  hiftory  of  Ireland ;  with  the  lives  and 
reigns  of  one  hundred  and  feventy  four  fucceeding  mo- 
narchs;  their  travels  into  Spain  and  from  thence  into 
Ireland;  with  an  account  of  their  wars,  &c.     London, 

1738. 

33 


Civil  Hi/lory.     Folio.  n 

33  Fiddes's  life  of  cardinal  Wolfey;  with  plates.     London, 

1724. 

34  Guthrie's  general  hiftory  of  England,  from  the  invaiion 

of  Julius  Qefar,  to  the  revolution  in  1688;  and  Ralph's 
continuation  to  the  year  1702;  with  plates.  5  vols. 
London,   1744. 

35  Entick's  naval  hiitory;  or  a  compleat  view  of  the  Britifh 

marine;  with  the  lives  of  the  greateft  admirals  and  na- 
vigators, including  the  mod  confiderable  expeditions 
and  fea-fights..     London,   1757. 

f  36  See  page  5,   (EccLJi  JlicjJ  Hiflorj.) 

40  Echard's  hiftory  of  England,  from  the  entrance  of  Ju- 
lius Csfar,  to  the  concluiion  of  the  reign  of  James  the 
fecond,  in  the  year  1 688.     London,   1720. 

43  Montfaucon's  antiquity  explained  and  reprefented  in  fculp- 

ture,  by  D.  Humphreys.     5  vols.     London,  1721. 

44  Supplement  to  Montfaucon's  antiquity  explained.     2  vols. 

London,  1725. 

47  Whitelock's  hiftorical  account  of  what  pafled  from  the 

beginning  of  the  reign  of  Charles  the  firft,  to  the  re- 
ftoration  of  Charles  the  fecond.     London,  1732. 

48  Wood's   Athens  Oxonienfes;    or  the   hiftory  of  all  the 

writers  and  bifhops,  who  had  their  education  in  the  uni- 
verfity  of  Oxford,  from  the  fifteenth  year  of  Henry 
the  feventh,  to  the  year  1695;  with  an  addition  of  five 
hundred  new  lives.     2  vols,  in  one.     London,  1721. 

5 1  Seymour's  furvey  of  the  cities  of  London  and  Weftmin- 

iter,  containing  a  particular  account  of  the  government 
of  London;  all  its  charters  and  liberties;  and  a  de- 
fcription  of  all  churches,  palaces,  halls,  hoipitals,  &c. 
with  plates.  2  vols.  London,  1735.  @ift  °f  Robert 
Greenivay. 

52  Heylyn's  cofmography;  containing  the  chorography  and 

hiitory  of  the  world.     London,  1703. 

f  55  Montfaucon's  antiquities  of  Italy;  being  his  travels  from 
Paris  to  Italy,  in  the  years  1698  and  1699.  Tranflated 
from  the  original,  by  John  Henly.     London.  1725. 

59  Howel's  inftitution  of  general  hiftory,  from  the  beginning 
of  the  world  to  the  taking  of  Rome,  by  Odoacer,  king 
of  the  Heruli.     3  vols.     London,   1680. 

62 


12  Civil  Hiftory.     Folio. 

62  Clarendon's  hiftory  of  the  rebellion  and  civil  wars  of  En- 

gland, from  the  year  1641,  to  the  year  1660.  3  vols. 
Oxford,  1704. 

63  Catrou  and  Rouille's  Roman  hiftory;  with  plates.     6  vols. 

London,  1728, 

66  The  hiftory  of  the  affairs  of  church  and  {late  in  Scotland, 
from  the  beginning  of  the  reformation,  in  the  reign  of 
James  the  fifth,  to  the  retreat  of  queen  Mary  into  En- 
gland,  1563.     Edinburgh,   1734. 

79  Johannis  MeiTenii  Scondia  illuftrata.     Stockholmise,  1700* 

83  Nary's  hiftory  of  the  world,  containing  an  hiftorical  and 
chronological  account  of  the  times  and  tranfactions, 
from  the  creation  to  the  birth  of  Christ.   Dublin,  1 720, 

85  Appian's  hiftory  of  the  Punick,  Syrian,  Parthian,  Mithri- 
datick,  Illyrian,  Spanifh,  and  Hannibalick  wars,  and 
the  civil  wars  of  Rome.     London,  2679. 

90  Knox's  hiftorical  relation  of  the  illand  of  Ceylon;  with 

an  account  of  the  captivity  of  divers  Englifhmen,  and 
the  author's  efcape.     With  plates.     London,  1727. 

91  Report  of  the  committee  of  fecrecy,  appointed  by  order 

of  the  houfe  of  commons  to  examine  feveral  books  and 
papers  laid  before  the  houfe,  relating  to  the  late  nego- 
ciations  of  peace  and  commerce,  during  the  miniftry  of 
the  earl  of  Oxford  and  lord  vifcount  Bolingbroke.  Re- 
ported on  the  ninth  of  January,  17 15,  and  published 
by  order  of  the  houfe  of  commons.     London,  17 15. 

99  A  dictionary,  hiftorical  and  critical;  containing  the  hiftory 
of  the  moft  illuftrious  perfons  of  all  ages  and  nations.  By 
John  Peter  Bernard,  Thomas  Birch,  John  Lockman, 
and  others.      10  vols.     London,  1734. 

100  Bayle's  dictionary,  hiftorical  and  critical.     Second  edition. 

With  the  life  of  the  author,  by  Mr.  Des  Maizeaux.  5 
vols.     London,   1734. 

101  Biographia  Britannica;  or  the  lives  of  the  mofl  eminent 

perfons,  who  have  flourifhed  in  Great  Britain  and  Ire- 
land, from  the  earlieft  ages  to  the  prefent  time.  7  vols. 
London,  1747. 

103  Maitland's  hiftory  of  Edinburgh,  from  its  foundation  to 
the  prefent  time.     Edinburgh,  1753. 

f  104  Browne's  civil  and  natural  hiftory  of  Jamaica;  with  plates. 
London,  1756. 

107  Ward's  lives  of  the  profeiTors  of  Grefham  college;  with 
the  life  of  the  founder,  &c.     London,  1 740. 

11© 


Civil  Hiftory.     Folio.  13 

no  Mackenzie's  lives  and  characters  of  the  moft  eminent  writ- 
ers of  the  Scots  nation;  with  an  abftract  and  catalogue 
of  their  works.     3  vols.     1 708. 

113  Farneworth's  life  of  pope  Sixtus  the  fifth;  including  the 
ftate  of  England,  France,  Spain,  &c.  at  that  time, 
London,  1754. 

115  De  Thou's  hiftory  of  his  own  time.  Translated  from  the 
Geneva  edition  of  1620,  by  Bernard  Wilfon.  2  vols. 
London,   1729, 

j  16  Sawyer's  memorials  of  affairs  of  fcate,  in  the  reigns  of 
Elizabeth  and  James  the  firft.  Collected  chiefly  from 
the  original  papers  of  Sir  Ralph  Winwood;  compre- 
hending likewife  the  negociations  of  Sir  Henry  Neville, 
Sir  Charles  Cornwallis,  Sir  Dudley  Carleton,  &c.  at  the 
courts  of  France  and  Spain,  and  in  Holland,  Venice, 
&c.     3  vols.     London,   1725. 

117  Defiderata  Curiofa;  containing  many  fcarce  pieces  of  En- 

gli(h  hiftory.     By  Francis  Peck.     2  vols,  in  one.     Lon- 
don, 1732. 

1 18  Clarendon's  collection  of  tracts.     London,  1727. 

f  124I  Jeffreys'  civil  and  natural  hiftory  of  the  French  domini«= 
&    >      ons  in  North  and  South  America;  with  plates.     Lon- 
7  1 66  J      don,   1740. 

131  Antiquities  of  Athens;  with  plates;  delineated  by  James 
Stuart  and  Nicholas  Revett.     London,  1762. 

A  defcription  of  the  ruins  of  Palmyra,  otherwife  Ted- 
mor,  in  the  Defart;  with  plates.     London,   1753* 

134) 

330  (A  defcription  of  the  ruins  of  Balbec,  otherwife  Heliopo- 

&    f     lis,   in  Coelofyria;  with  plates.     London,   1757* 
332J 
135  A  defcription  of  the  ruins  of  Pseftum,  otherwife  Pofidonia, 

in  Magna  Grascia;    with  plates.     By  Thomas  Major. 

London,  1768. 

5145  An  account  of  Stone,  Henge,  on  Salifbury  plain;  with 
plates.      By  Inigo  Jones.     London,  1725. 

246  The  hiftory  of  the  conqueft  of  Mexico,  by  the  Spaniards. 
■     Tranflated  into  Englifti,    from  the  original  Spanifh  of 
Don  Antonia  de  Soli?,  by  Thomas  Townfend.  London, 
1724. 

2  49 


|i  Civil  Hiftory,     Folio. 

I49  Perry's  view  of  ^the  Levant,  particularly  Constantinople, 
Syria,  Egypt,  and  Greece;  in  which  their  antiquities, 
government,  politics,  manners,  and  cuftoms  are  de- 
icribed;  with  plates.      London,  1743. 

tr  *  Bcrlafe's  obfervations  on  the  antiquities  of  Cornwal.  Ox~ 
ford,  1754. 

158  Taciti  opera  omnia  qua*  extant,  cum  notis  Lipni.  Antver- 
piae,  1648. 

160  The  general  Hiftory  of  Spain,  from  the  firft  peopling  of 
it,  to  the  death  of  king  Philip  the  third.  Written  in 
Spanifh  by  John  de  Mariana.  With  two  fupplements, 
the  firft  by  F.  Ferdinand  Camargo  de  Salcedo,  the  other 
by  F.  Batll  Varen  de  Soto,  bringing  it  down  to  the  pre- 
fent  reign.  The  whole  tranflated  into  Englilh,  by  John 
Stevens.     London,  1699. 

162  Thurloe's  collection  of  ftate  papers;  containing  authentic 
memorials  of  the  Englilh  affairs,  from  1638  to  the 
reftoration  of  Charles  the  fecond;  with  the  life  of  Mr. 
Thurloe,  by  Thomas  Birch.      7  vols.     London,  1742. 

169  The  works  of  Flavius  Jofephus.  Tranflated  into  Englilh, 
by  Robert  L'Eftrange;  with  difcourfes  and  remarks 
upon  Jofephus.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1733. 

•f  170  Kcempfer's  civil  and  natural  hiftory  of  Japan;  with  plates. 
2  vols,  in  one.     London,  1728. 

171  Gordon's  tranflation  of  the  works  of  Tacitus;  with  poli- 

tical difcourfes  upon  that  author,  by  the  tranflator.  2 
vols.     London,  1728. 

172  Bifhop  Burnet's  hiftory  of  his  own  time;  from  the  reftora- 

tion of  Charles  the  fecond,  to  the  conclufion  of  the 
treaty  of  peace  at  Utrecht;  with  the  life  of  the  author, 
by  the  editor.      2  vols.     London,    1734. 

175  Stanley's  hiftory  of  philofophy;  containing  the  lives,  opi- 
nions, &c.  of  the  philofophers  of  every  fetfl.  Third 
edition.     London,  1701. 

180  Gordon's  lives  of  pope  Alexander  the  fixth,  and  his  fon 
Caefar  Borgia;  comprehending  the  wars  in  the  reigns  of 
Charles  the  eighth  and  Lewis  the  twelfth,  kings  of 
France,  and  the  chief  tranfaetions  and  revolutions  in 
Italy,  from  1492  to  1506.     London,  1729. 

f  181  Speneri  hiftoria  infignium  illuftrium  feu  operis  heraldici 
pars  fpecialis.  Francofurti  ad  Maenum,  1680.  Gift  of 
Guftavus  HeJJelius. 

182 


Civil  Hi/lory,     Folio.  15 

182  Lediard's  naval  hiftory  of  England,  from  the  year  ic66, 
to  the  conclufion  of  the  year  1734.  2  v°ls«  m  one» 
London,  1735. 

f  183  An  hiftorical  account  of  the  Romifti  ftate  and  court,  and 
the  transactions  concerning  the  five  famous  proportions, 
controverted  between  the  Janfenifts  and  the  Molinifts, 
Written  in  French  by  Monf.  de  St.  Amour,  and  tranf- 
lated  into  Englilh.     London,   1670. 

185  Cantemir's  hiftory  of  the  growth  and  decay  of  the  Otto- 
man empire;  with  the  heads  of  the  Turkiih  emperors. 
London,  1734. 

f  188   See  page  2,   (Sacred  H'tjlory,) 

•j-  189  Leigh's  account  of  the  antiquities  of  Lancafhire,  Chefhire 
and  Derbyfhire;  with  the  natural  hiftory  of  thofe  parts. 
Oxford,  1700. 

190  Platina's  lives  of  the  popes,  from  the  time  of  our  Saviour 

Jesus  Christ,  to  the  reign  of  Sixtus  the  fourth. 
Translated  into  Englilh,  and  continued  from  the  year 
147 1,  to  the  Drefent  time,  by  Paul  Ricaut.  London, 
16S8. 

191  The  hiftorical  library  of  Diodorus,  the  Sicilian;  contain- 

ing the  antiquities  of  Egypt,  Afia,  Africa,  Greece,  ths 
Iflands,  and  Europe;  and  a  hiftory  of  the  affairs  of  the 
Perfians,  Grecians,  Macedonians,  and  other  parts  of 
the  world.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  George  Booth. 
Second  edition.      London,  1721. 

f  192   See  page  5,   ( Ecclefajlical  Blfcry.j 

193  The  antiquities  of  ancient  Britain;  with  a  chronological 
hiftory  of  Britain,  from  the  firft  traditional  beginning. 
By  Aylett  Sammes.  London,  1676.  Gift  of  Samuel 
Hale, 

199  Fuller's  hiftory  of  the  worthies  of  England.  London, 
1662. 

201  The  royal  commentaries  of  Peru;  treating  of  the  ori- 
ginal of  their  laws,  government,  &c.  Written  in  Spa- 
nifh,  by  the  Inca  Garcilaftb  de  la  Vega,  and  tranflated 
into  Englifii,  by  Paul  Ricaut.      Loudon. 

204 


1 6  Civil  Hiftory.     Folio. 

204  Rufhworth's  hiftorical  collections  of  private  pafTages-  of 
ftate,  weighty  matters  in  law,  and  remarkable  proceed- 
ings in  five  parliaments,  beginning  in  the  lixteenth  year 
of  king  James,  1618,  and  ending  the  fifth  year  of  king 
Charles,  1629.  Digefted  in  order  of  time.  8  vols. 
London,    1721. 

207  Vertot's  hiftory  of  the  knights  of  Malta;  with  platen.  2 
vols.    London,  1728. 

210  Spon's  hiftory  of  the  city  and  ftate  of  Geneva,  from  its 
firft  foundation  to  the  prefent  time.      London,  1687. 

212  Nicholfon's  Englifh  hiftorical  library;    giving  a  fhort  view 

and  character  of  moft  of  our  hiftorians,  with  an  account 
of  our  records,  lawbooks,   coins,  &c.    London,  17 14. 

213  Churchill's  remarks  upon  the  lives  of  all  the  kings  of  En- 

gland, from  the  year  of  the  world  2855,  to  the  year  of 
Christ  1660.      London,  1675. 

216  Cardinal  Bentivoglio's  hiftory  of  the  wars  of  Flanders; 

with  plates.  Written  in  Italian,  and  tranflated  into 
Englifh,  by  Henry,  earl  of  Monmouth.   London,  1678. 

217  Mezeray's  general  chronological  hiftory  of  France;  begin- 

ning before  the  reign  of  king  Pharamond,  and  ending 
with  the  reign  of  king  Henry  the  fourth.  Tranflated 
by  John  Bulteel.      London,  1683. 

218  The  civil  hiftory  of  the  kingdom  of  Naples.      Written  in 

Italian  by  Pietro  Giannone,  and  tranflated  into  Englifh 
by  James  Ogilvie.      2  vols.      London,    1729. 

221  The  hiftory  and  antiquities  of  Scotland,  from  the  earliefl 
accounts  to  the  death  of  James  the  firft,  anno  1437. 
By  William  Maitland.  And  from  that  period  to  1603, 
by  another  hand.     2  vols.     London,  1757. 

227  An  hiftorical  and  chronological  theatre;   with  an  aflignati- 

on  of  empires,  kingdoms,  governments,  kings,  electors, 
princes,  &c.  By  Chriftopher  Helvicus.  Tranflated  in- 
to Englifh,  and  continued  down  to  the  prefent  time. 
London,  1687, 

228  Burchet's  complete  naval  hiftory,  from  the  earlieft  accounts 

to  the  prefent  time;   with  fea  charts.     London,  1720. 

232  Scott's  memoirs  of  S'ir  James  Melvill;  containing  an  ac- 
count of  the  moft  remarkable  affairs  of  ftate,  relating 
to  the  kingdoms  of  England  and  Scotland,  under  the 
reigns  of  Elizabeth,  Mary  queen  of  Scots,  and  king 
James.    London,  1683. 

234 


Civil  Hiftory.     Folio.  17 

234  Nani's  hiftory  of  the  affairs  of  Europe  in  this  prefent  age, 

particularly  of  Venice.  Tranfiated  from  the  Italian,  by 
Sir  Robert  Honey  wood.     London,  1673. 

235  Shefferus's  hiftory  of  Lapland;   wherein  are  fhewed  the 

original,  manners,  habits,  marriages,  &c.  of  that  peo- 
ple.     Oxford,  1674. 

236  Ricaut's  prefent  ftate  of  the  Ottoman  empire;   containing 

the  maxims  of  the  Turkilh  polity,  &c.  with  plates. 
Third  edition.     London,  1760. 

238  The  hiflory  of  the  life  of  Peter  the  firft,  emperor  of  R.u£ 
fia;  containing  a  defcription  of  RufBa,  Siberia,  Crim 
Tartary,  &c.     London,  1739. 

245  Smith's  general  hiftory  of  Virginia,   New  England  and 

the  Summer  ifles;  with  the  names  of  the  adventurers, 
planters  and  governors,  from  1584  to  1624.  London, 
1624. 

246  A  large  declaration  concerning  the  late  tumults  in  Scot- 

land, from  their  firit  original ;  with  a  deduction  of  the 
feditious  practices  of  the  leaders  of  the  Covenanters. 
By  king  Charles  the  firft.     London,  1639. 

256  An  univerfal  hiftory,  from  the  earlieft  accounts  to  the  pre- 

fent time,  compiled  from  original  authors ;  with  maps, 
cuts,  notes,  chronological  and  other  tables.  Second 
edition.     7  vols.     London,  1740. 

257  Raleigh's  hiftory  of  the  world;  with  the  life  of  the  author, 

by  Mr.  Oldys.  Alfo  his  trial,  with  feme  additions. 
Eleventh  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1736. 

269  Ware's  works  concerning  Ireland;  containing  the  hiftory 
of  the  biihops  of  that  kingdom,  and  fuch  matters  in 
which  they  were  concerned,  from  the  firft  propagation 
of  Chriftianity  therein,  to  the  prefent  time;  with  an 
account  of  the  antiquities  of  Ireland,  and  cuts  of  me- 
dals, urns,  &c.  Alfo,  the  hiftory  of  the  writers  of 
that  kingdom.  Written  in  Latin,  and  tranfiated  into 
Englifh,  by  Walter  Harris.      2  vols.     Dublin,  1764. 

272  Knolles's  hiftorie  of  the  Turkes,  Irom  the  firft  beginning 

of  that  nation  to  the  year  1638;  with  the  lives  and  con- 
quefts  of  the  Ottoman  kings  and  emperours.  Fifth 
edition.      3  vols.     London,  1638. 

273  Stonehenge,  a  temple  reftored  to  the  Britifh  druids;  with 

plates.     By  William  Stukely.      London,  1740. 

J  275  A  new  hiftory  of  Ethiopia;   being  a  full  defcription  of 
AbeiCnia.     By  Job  Ludolphus,     London,  1682. 

C  290 


l8  Civil  Hi/lory.     Folio. 

290  Marmora  Oxonienfia.      Oxonii,  1763. 

291  Hamilton's  collection  of  Etrufcan,  Greek  and  Homan  an- 

tiquities; with  plates.     2  vols.     London,  1767. 

295  Le  grand  dictionaire  hiftorique,  par  Moreri.  Toms  II. 
A  Lyons,  1 68 1.      Gift  of  Paul  Foots. 

297  Clarendon's  ftate  papers.     2d.  vol.     Oxford,  1773. 

298  The   commentaries  of  Csefar;    with  plates.      Tranilated 

into  Englifh,  by  William  Duncan.     London,  1753. 

301   Rymer's  Faedera.     20  vols.     London,  1727. 

309  The  prefent  ftate  of  the  ancient  monuments,  Sec.  of  Syra- 
cuse.    By  Andrew  Pigonati.     Naples,  1767. 

354  Speed's  hiftory  of  Great  Britain,  from  the  invafion  of 
Julius  Casfar  to  king  James,  in  1605.  Gift  of  Samuel 
Hudfon. 

f  356  See  page  2,  (Sacred  Hiftory.) 

f  366  See  page  2,   (Sacred  Hiftory.) 

367  Kippis's  Biographia  Britannica;  or  the  lives  of  the  mod 
eminent  perfons  who  have  flourifhed  in  Great  Britain  and 
Ireland.     3  vols.    London,  1784. 

380  Baker's  chronicle  of  the  kings  of  England,  from  the  time 
of  the  Roman  government,  to  the  reign  of  George  the 
fecond.     London,  1730. 

416  Clarendon's  ftate  papers;    containing  the  materials  from 

which  his  hiftory  of  the  great  rebellion  was  compofed, 
commencing  from  1621.     3  vols.     Oxford,  1767. 

417  Drake's  hiftory  and  antiquities  of  York,  from  its  origin  to 

the  prefent  time;   with  plates.     London,  1736. 

427  L.  Thucydidis  de  bello  Pelcponnefiaco  libri  octo.     Graece 

et  Latine.     Oxoniae,  1696. 

428  L.  Plutarchi  Chaeronenfis  opera  omnia  Graece  et  Latine. 

Tomi  ii.     Francofurti,  1620. 

432  L»  Hiftoriae  Anglicanse  fcriptores  decern  ex  vetuftis  manu- 
fcriptis.     Londini,  1652. 

439  L.  Hiftorise  Auguftse  fcriptores  fex.     Claudius  Salmafms 
ex  veteribus  libris  recenfuit.     Parifiis,  1620. 

441  L.  Dionis    Caflii    Romanarum   hiftoriarum    libri    XXV. 
Graece  et  Latine.    A.  D.  1592. 

446  L. 


Civil  Hiflory.     Folio.  19 

446  Z.  Dionyfii  Halicarnaflei  fcripta  quae  extant  omnia,  et 
hiftorica  et  rhetorica.  Opera  et  ftudio  Frederici 
Sylburgii.     Lipfise,  1691. 

456  Z.  Diodori  Siculi  bibliothecae  hiftoricse  libri  quindecim  de 
quadraginta.     A.  D.  1559*  • 

459  Z.  Caroli  Sigonii  hiftoriarum  de  occidentali  imperio  libri 
viginti.     Tomus  fecundus.     Franc ofurti,  1593. 

461  Z.  Jacobi  Thuani   hiftoriarum  fui  Temporis,    accedunt 

commentariorum  de  vita  fua,   libri  fex.     Tomi  II. 
Geneves,  1626. 

462  Z.  Matths»i   Paris    hiftoria   major.       Editcre   Gulielimo 

Watts.     Londini,  1640. 

463  L.  Pauli  Jovii  Novocomenfis  epifcopi  hiftoriarum  fui  tem- 

poris tomus  primus.     Lutetise,  1558. 

-f  468  Z.  Paufanise  accurata  Grsecias  defcriptio,  Graece  et  Latine 
cum  annotationibus  Xylandeii  et  Fred.  Sylburgii. 
Francofurti,  1633. 

.473  Z.  Joh.  Aventini  annalium  Boiorurn  libri  feptem  cum  notis 
Nicolai  Cifneri.     Bafilese,  161 5. 

474  Z.  Chronica  D.  Johannis  Naucleri  praepofiti  Tubingenfis. 

Coloniss,  1 6 14, 

475  Z.  Hiftorise  Romans  fcriptores  Latini  veteres,  qui  extant 

omnes.    Tomi  II.     Aurelias  Allobrogum,  1609. 

476  Z.  Herodoti     Halicarnaftei     hiftoriarum     libri     novem. 

Grsece  et  Latine.     Londini,  1679. 

477  Z.   Rerum  Anglicamm  fcriptorum  veterum  tomus  pri- 

mus.    Oxonise,  1684. 

478  Z.  Diogenis  Laertii  de  vitis,  dogmatibus  et  apophthegma- 

tibus  clarorum  philofophorum,   libri  decern.     Am- 
ftelaedami,  1698. 

480  Z.  Germanicarum  Rerum  fcriptores  aliquot  infignes,  Ex 
bibliotheca  Marquardi  Freheri.     Francofurti,  1600. 

483  Z.  Arriani  Nicomedienfis  expeditionis  Alexandri  libri  fep- 
tem, et  hiftoria  Indica.  Opera  J.  Gronovii.  Lug- 
duni  Batavorum,  1704. 

486  Z.  Matthaei  Weft  flores  hiftoriarum  de  rebus  Britannids 
et  chronicon  ex  chronicis  ab  initio  mundi  ufque  ad 
annum  MCXVIII.     Francofurti,  1601. 

488  Z.  Lhuyd'sArchseologiaBritannica;  giving  an  account  of 
the  languages,  hiftories  and  cuftoms  of  the  original 
inhabitants  of  Great  Britain  and  Ireland,  vol.  I. 
Oxford,  1707. 

494  •&' 


2$  Civil  Hiftory.     Folio. 

493  L.  Alberti  Krantzii  Rerum  Germanicarurn  hi ftorica  clarif- 

fimorum  Regnorum  Aquilcnarium,  Daniae,  Suecias, 
Norvagise,  Chronica.    Francofurti  ad  Masnum,  1575. 

494  L.  Conradi  a  Liechtenaw  Urfpergenfis,  ordinis  pra*mon- 

ftratens.   ad   Mindulam,   Chronicon.     Argentorati, 
1609. 

496  L.  Polydori  Virgilii  urbinatis  anglicse  hiflorise  libri  XXVI. 
Bafiliasa,   1534. 

500  L.  Ccnradi  Gefneri  bibiiotheca  feu  fcriptorum  omnium 
fere  catalogus.     Tiguri,  1574. 

508  L.  The  life  and  rsign  of  king  Henry  the  eighth.  By 
lord  Herbert,  of  Cherbury.     London,  1682. 

511  Zr.  Speed's  hiftorie  of  Great  Britaine,  vnder  the  conqvefts 
of  the  Romans,  Saxons,  Danes,  and  Normans; 
with  cuts.    Third  edition.     London,  1632. 


QJJ  ARTO. 

9  Wrights  introduction  to  the  antiquities  of  Ireland,  repre- 
fenting  the  principal  ruins,  curiofities  and  ancient  dwel- 
lings in  the  county  of  Lowth;  with  plates.  Second 
edition.     London,  1758. 

12I  Lyttieton's  hiftory  of  the  life  of  king  Henry  the  fecond, 
&  >      and  of  the  age  in  which  he  lived;  with  a  hiftory  of 
13  J       the  revolutions  of  England,  from  the  death  of  Ed- 
ward the  confeffor,  to  the  birth  of  Henry  the  fecond. 
Second  edition,     3  vols.     London,  1 767. 

1 7  Obfervations  on  the  Roman  fenate,  by  Hooke,  Middleton 
and  Chapman.     London,  1758. 

19  The  Roman  antiquities  of  Dionyfms  Halicarnaflenfis. 
Tranflated  into  Englifh,  with  notes,  by  Edward  Spel- 
man.     4  vols.     London,  1758. 

22  Robertfon's  hiftory  of  Scotland,  during  the  reigns  of  queen 
Mary,  and  of  James  the  fourth,  till  his  acceffion  to  the 
crown  of  England ;  with  a  review  of  the  Scottish  hiftory 
previous  to  that  period,  and  an  appendix  containing 
original  papers.  Second  edition.  2  vols.  London, 
1759- 

t  3® 


Civil  Hiftory.     Quarto.  et 

f  30 1  Hanway's  hiftorical  account  or  the  Britifli  trade  over  the 
&  i      Cafpian  fea,  and  a  journal  of  his  travels  from  England 

f  3 1 J  through  Ruflia  into  Perfia,  and  back  through  Ruffia, 
Germany  and  Holland;  alfo  an  account  of  the  revo- 
lutions of  Perfia,  during  the  prefent  century,  and  a  par- 
ticular hiftory  of  the  ufurper,  Nadir  Kouli  Khan;  with 
maps  and  plates.  Second  edition.  2  vols.  London, 
1754. 

%  39  England  illuftrated;  or  a  compendium  of  the  natural  hif- 
tory, geography,  topography,  and  antiquities,  ecclefiafti- 
cal  and  civil,  of  England  and  Wales ;  with  maps  of  the 
feveral  counties,  and  plar.es  of  many  remains  of  anti- 
quity.    2  vols.     London,   1754. 

44."}  Macau! ay's  hiftory  of  England,   from  the  accefiion  of 
&  I      James  the  firft,  to  the  elevation  of  the  houfe  of  Hano- 

45  J      ver.     4  vols.     London,  1767.     (There  are  8  vols,  of* 

the  latter  fet — continued  to  the  year  1680.) 

46  Smollet's  complete  hiftory  of  England,  from  the  defcent  of 

Julius  Caeiar,  to  the  treaty  of  Aii  la  Chapelle  in  1748. 
4  vols.     London,  1757. 

48  Karte's  life  of  Guftavus  Adolphus,  king  of  Sweden,  fur- 
named  the  Great.     2  vols.     London,  1759. 

50  The  hiftory  of  the  late  war  in  Germany,  between  the  king 

of  Pruilia,  and  the  emprefs  of  Germany  and  her  allies ; 
with  a  map  of  the  feat  of  war,  plans  of  battles,  &c. 
By  a  general  officer.     London,  1766. 

51  Warner's  hiftory  of  Ireland.     London,  1763. 

52  Warner's  hiftory  of  the  rebellion  and  civil  wars  of  Ireland. 

Second  edition.     London,  1768. 

5 3  Bower's  hiftory  of  the  popes,  from  the  foundation  of  the 

fee  cf  Rome,  to  the  prefent  time.  4  vols.  London. 
1748. 

61  Hiftorical  and  political  difcourfes  of  the  laws  and  govern- 

ment of  England,  from  the  earl'ieft  times  to  the  end  of 
the  reign  of  queen  Elizabeth.  Collected  from  the  notes 
of  John  Selden,  by  Nathaniel  Bacon.  Fifth  edition. 
London,  1760. 

62  The  hiftory  of  the  difcovery  and  conqueft  cf  the  Canary 

iilands.  Tranflated  from  a  Spariifti  manufcript,  found 
in  the  ifland  of  Palma ;  with  an  enquiry  into  the  origin 
of  the  inhabitants,  &c.  by  George  Glas.  London, 
1764. 

63  Enquiries  concerning  the  firft  inhabitants,  language,  reli- 

gion, learning,  and  letters  cf  Europe.     London,  1758. 

69 


^3  Civil  Hi/lory.     Quarto. 

69  An  account  of  the  war  in  India,  between  the  Englifh  and 
French,  on  the  coaft  of  Coromandel,  from  1750  to 
1760;  a  relation  of  events  on  the  Malabar  coaft,  and 
the  expeditions  to  Golconda  and  Surat;  with  maps  and 
plates.  Compiled  from  original  papers,  by  Richard 
Owen  Cambridge.     London,  176 1. 

73  Thucydides,  hiftory  of  the  Peloponnefian  war.  Tranflated 
from  the  Greek,  by  William  Smith.     2  vols.     London, 

*753- 
81   Smith's  hiftory  of  the  province  of  New- York,  from  the 

firft  difcovery  of  it,  to  the  year  1732.     London,  1757. 
84  Clarke's  letters  concerning  the  Spanifh  nation;  written  at 

Madrid,   during  the  years   1760  and   1761.     London, 

1763. 

93  Birch's  memoirs  of  the  reign  of  queen  Elizabeth,  from 
the  year  1581 ;  in  which  the  fecret  intrigues  of  her  court, 
and  the  conduct  of  the  earl  of  EfTex  are  particularly 
illuftrated.  Collected  from  the  original  papers  of  his 
intimate  friend,    Anthony   Bacon.     2  vols.     London, 

J  754- 
97  Ballard's  memoirs  of  feveral  ladies  of  Great  Britain,  who 
have  been  celebrated  for  their  writings  or  fkill  in  the 
learned  languages,  arts  and  fciences.     Oxford,   1752. 

101  Arbuthnot's  tables  of  ancient  coins,  weights  and  meafures. 

Second  edition.  With  an  appendix,  containing  obfer- 
vations    thereon,    by    Benjamin   Langwith.     London, 

*754- 

102  The  orations  of  Demofthenes,  pronounced  to  excite  the 

Athenians  againft  Philip,  king  of  Macedonia.  Tran- 
flated  into  Englilh,  and  digefted  fo  as  to  form  a  regular 
hiftory  of  the  progrefs  of  the  Macedonian  power;  with 
notes,  by  Thomas  Leland.     London,  1756. 

*  104 — 3  A  review  of  the  military  operations  in  North  America; 
from  the  commencement  of  the  French  hoftilities  on 
the  frontiers  of  Virginia,  in  the  year  1753,  to  the 
furrender  of  Ofwego,  on  the  fourteenth  of  Auguft, 
1756.     In  a  letter  to  a  nobleman. 

f — 6  Jeffreys'  map  of  the  feat  of  war,  on  the  coaft  of  Cho- 
romandel,  with  an 'explanation  thereof,  and  an  ac- 
count of  the  war.     London,  1754. 

112  Rimius's  memoirs  of  the  hcufe  of  Brunfwick,  from  the 
moft  early  account  of  that  illuftrious  family,  to  the  end 
of  the  reign  of  George  the  firft.     London,  1730. 

116 


CMl  Hiftory.     Quarto.  23 

1 16  An  abridgement  of  the  publie  treaties,  commencing  with 
the  treaty  of  Munfter,  in  1648.     London,  1747. 

1 1 9  Methode  pour  Etudier  L'Hiftoire  par  L' Abbe  du  Frefnoy 
A  Paris,   1735. 

120  Machiavel's  works.  Translated  from  the  originals,  and 
illuftrated  with  notes,  anecdotes,  &c.  and  the  life  of  the 
author,  with  plans  on  the  art  of  war,  by  Ellis  Farne- 
worth.     2  vols.     London,  1762. 

1 29  Hiftoria  Philofophiae,  vitas,  opiniones  refque  geftas  et  dicta 
philofophorum  complexa,  auctore  Thoma  Stanleio.  Lip- 
iise,    1 7 1 1 .      Gift  of  James  Greenwood. 

131  Morgan's  complete  hiftory  of  Algiers}  with  an  epitome 
of  the  general  hiftory  of  Barbary,  from  the  earlieft 
times.     London,  1 73 1. 

136  Hume's  hiftory  of  England,  from  the  invafion  of  Julius 
Csefar,  to  the  revolution  in  1688^  6  vols.  Londci^ 
1762. 

138  Hume's  hiftory  of  England,  under  the  houfe  of  Tudor; 
comprehending  the  reigns  of  Henry  the  feventh,  Henry 
the  eighth,  Edward  the  fixth,  Mary  and  Elizabeth.  2 
vols.     London,  1759. 

139  Hume's  hiftory  of  Great  Britain,  under  the  houfe  of  Stu- 
art; containing  the  reigns  of  James  the  firft,  Charles 
the  firft,  the  commonwealth.,  and  Charles  the  fecond, 
and  James  the  fecond.  Second  edition.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1752. 

140  Jackfon's  chronological  antiquities  of  the  moft  ancient  king- 
doms, from  the  creation  of  the  world ;  for  the  fpace  of 
five  thoufand  years.     3  vols.     London,  1752. 

142  The  operations  of  the  allied  army,  under  the  command 
of  Ferdinand,  duke  of  Brunfwick;  beginning  in  the 
year  1757,  and  ending  in  the  year  1762;  with  maps  and 
plans.  By  an  officer  in  the  Britiih  forces.  London, 
1764. 

Davila's  hiftory  of  the  civil  wars  of  France ;  during  the 
reigns  of  Francis  the  fecond,  Charles  the  ninth,  Henry 
the  third,  and  Henry  the  fourth.  Tranflated  from  the 
Italian,  by  Ellis  Farneworth.    2  vols.    London,  1758. 

f  149  The  odes  of  Pindar;  with  feveral  other  pieces  in  profe  and 
verfe.  Tranflated  from  the  Greek,  by  Gilbert  Weft; 
with  a  difTertation  on  the  Olympic  games.  London. 
1749. 

*5* 


24  Civil  Hiftory.     Quarto. 

151  Palmer's  general  hiftory  of  printing,  from  its  firft  inven- 
tion, in  the  city  of  Mentz.     London,  1 733. 

262  Keith's  hiftory  of  the  Britifh  plantations  in  America;  with 
a  chronological  account  of  the  moft  remarkable  things 
which  happened  to  the  firft  adventurers.  Part  I.  con- 
taining the  hiftory  of  Virginia,  &c.     London,  1738. 

t68  Mafcou's  hiftory  of  the  ancient  Germans;  including  that 
of  the  Cimbri,  Suevi,  Alemanni,  Franks,  Saxons,  Goths, 
Vandals  and  other  northern  nations,  who  overthrew  the 
Roman  empire.  Tranflated  from  the  High  Dutch,  by 
Thomas  Lediard.     2  vols.     London,  1738. 

177  Salmon's  modern  hiftory;  or  the  prefent  ftate  of  all  nati- 
ons,  defcribing  their  laws,  cuiloms,  religion,  policy,  &c. 
6  vols.     Dublin,  1 755. 

178")  Bouquet's  hiftorical  account  of  the  expedition  againfl  the 
&  £•      Ohio  indians,    in   the  year   1764;    with  a  map   and 
1 79  J      plates.    Philadelphia,  1765. 

190  The  prefent  ftate  of  Europe;  or  the  hiftorical  and  politi- 
cal monthly  mercury;  giving  an  account  of  the  public 
and  private  occurrences  in  every  court.  For  the  year 
1698.      Vol.  9.      London,  1698.     Gift  of  Francis  Rich' 

ardfon* 

\  209  Aglionby's  lives  of  the  moft  eminent  painters,  from  Ci- 
mabue  to  the  time  of  Raphael  and  Michael  Angelo ; 
with  obfervations  upon  painting,  and  an  explanation  of 
the  difficult  terms.     London,  1685. 

f  210  Strahlenb erg's  hiftorico-geographical  defcription  of  the 
northern  and  eaftern  parts  of  Europe  and  Afia;  but 
more  particularly  of  Ruffia,  Siberia  and  Great  Tartary. 
Tranflated  from  the  German.     London,  1738. 

215  Warner's  hiftory  of  the  rebellion  and  civil  wars  of  Ireland. 

Second  edition.     London,  1768. 

216  Robertfon's  hiftory  of  the  reign  of  the  emperor  Charles 

the  fifth;  with  a  view  of  the  progress  of  fociety  in  Eu* 
rope,  from  the  fubverfion  of  the  Roman  empire,  to  the 
beginning  of  the  fixteenth  century.  3  vols.  London, 
1769. 

■  222  Nugent's  hiftory  of  Vandalia ;  containing  the  ancient  and 
prefent  ftate  of  Mecklenburg ;  its  revolutions  under  the 
Vandals,  the  Venedi  and  the  Saxons.     London,  1766. 

228  Knox's  journal  of  the  campaigns  in  North  America,  for  the 
years  1757,  1758,  1759*  and  1760;  containing  the  moft 
remarkable  occurrences  of  that  period.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1769. 


Civil  Hiftory.     Quarto.  25 

231   Warner's  hiflory  of  Ireland.     London,  1763. 
233  Jortin's  life  of  Erafmus.     2  vols.     London,  1738. 

246  Mac  Pherfon's  introduction  to  the  hiftory  of  Great  Britain 

and  Ireland;  or  an  inquiry  into  the  origin,  &c.  of  the 
Britons,  Scots,  Irifh,  and  Anglo-faxons.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1772. 

247  Blackwell's  memoirs  of  the  court  of  Auguftus.     Third 

edition.     3  vols.     London,  1764. 

249  Madox's  hiftory  and  antiquities  of  the  exchequer  of  the 
kings  of  England,  from  the  Norman  conqueft,  to  the 
end  of  the  reign  of  Edward  the  fecond.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1769. 

f  251  Walpole's  anecdotes  of  painting  in  England;  with  fome 
account  of  the  principal  artifts,  &c.  with  plates.  Col- 
lected by  the  late  George  Vertue.  3  vols.  London, 
1765. 

f  252  Walpole's  catalogue  of  engravers,  who  have  been  born  or 
refided  in  England ;  digefted  from  the  manufcripts  of 
George  Vertue.    Strawbery-hill,  1765. 

f*  258 — 2  Pittman's  ftate  of  the  European  fettlements  on  the 
Miffiflippi;  with  a  geographical  defcription  of  that 
river,  illuftrated  by  plans  and  draughts.  London, 
1770. 

267  Dalrymple's  memoirs  of  Great  Britain  and  Ireland,  from 
the  diftblution  of  the  laft  parliament  of  Charles  the  fe- 
cond, until  the  fea  battle  of  La  Hogue.   London,  1773. 

271  Verelft's  view  of  the  rife,  progrefs  and  prefent  ftate  of  the 
Englifh  government  in  Bengal.    London,  1772. 

273"!  Dow's  hiftory  of  Hindoftan;    with  plates.     Translated 
&    >      from  the  Perfian.     Second  edition.     3  vols.    London, 
402  J       1770. 

276  Mac  Pherfon's  critical  difTertations  on  the  origin,  antiqui- 
ties, language,  government,  manners,  and  religion  of 
the  ancient  Caledonians,  their  pofterity  the  Pi&s,  and 
the  Britifh  and  Irifh  Scots.     London,  1768. 

280  Manftein's  memoirs  of  Ruflia,  hiftorical,  political  and 
military.  Tranflated  from  the  original  into  Englifh. 
London,  1770. 

289  Leland's  hiftory  of  Ireland,  from  the  invafion  of  Henry 
the  fecond.     3  vols.     London,  1773. 

296 

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16  Civil  Hi/lory.     Quarto. 

301  State  papers  and  letters,  addrefled  to  William  Carftares, 

confidential  fecretary  to  king  William;  relating  to  the 
affairs  of  Great  Britain.  With  the  life  of  William  Car- 
ftares. Publiihed  by  Jofeph  McCormick.  Edinburgh, 
*774- 

302  The  hiftory  of  Jamaica;   or  a  general  furvey  of  the  anci- 

ent and  modern  ftate  of  that  ifland;  with  plates.  3  vols. 
London,  1774. 

3   3  /  Robertfon's  hiftory  of  South  America;  with  plates.      2 
f      vols.    London,  1777.    Second  edition.    London,  1778. 

326  Berkenhout's  Biographia  Literaria;  or  a  biographical  hif- 
tory of  literature;  containing  the  lives  of  the  Englifh, 
Scotifh,  and  Irifh  authors,  from  the  firft  dawn  of  letters 
in  thefe  kingdoms  to  the  prefent  time.    vol.  1 .    London, 

1777. 

327")  Williams  on  the  rife,   progrefs  and  prefent  ftate  of  the 
&    >      United   Provinces,    Denmark,    Sweden,    Ruftia,    and 
459  J      Poland.     2  vols.     London,  1777. 

334  Stuart's  hiftory  of  Scotland,  from  the  eftabliihment  of  the 
reformation,  till  the  death  of  queen  Mary.  2  vols. 
London,  1782. 

337  Gibbon's  hiftory  of  the  decline  and  fall  of  the  Roman  em- 
pire; with  maps.     6  vols.     London,  1782  and  1788. 

343  Watfon's  hiftory  of  the  reigns  of  Philip  the  fecond  and 

Philip  the  third.     3  vols.     London,  1778  and  1783. 

344  Fergufon's  hiftory  of  the  progrefs  and  termination  of  the 

Roman  republic;  with  maps.     3  vols.     London,  1783. 

■J-  347   See  page  7,   (  Ecdefwjlical  Hiflory.) 

359  Whitaker's  hiftory  of  Manchefter.    2  vols.    London,  177 1. 

363  Nichols's  biographical  and  literary  anecdotes  of  William 
Bowyer,  printer,  and  of  many  of  his  learned  friends; 
containing  an  incidental  view  of  the  progrefs  and  ad- 
vancement of  literature  in  this  kingdom,  from  the  be- 
ginning of  the  prefent  century  to  the  end  of  the  year 
1777.     London,  1782. 

*  375 — 3  Hurd's  affectionate  tribute  to  the  memory  of  the  late 
Doctor  John  Fothergill.     London,  1781. 

378  Gaft's  hiftory  of  Greece,  from  the  acceffion  of  Alexander 
of  Macedon,  till  its  final  fubjeclicn  to  the  Roman  power. 
London,  1782. 

385 


Civil  Hiftory.     Quarto.  27 

385  Marfden's  hiftory  of  Sumatra;  containing  an  account  of 
the  government,  laws,  cuftoms,  and  manners  of  the 
native  inhabitants.    London,  1783. 

338  Grofe's  antiquities  of  England  and  Wales;  with  plates. 
4  vols.     London,  1773. 

389  Memoirs  of  Thomas  Hollis,  Efquire;  with  plates.  2  vols. 
London,  1780. 

394  Mac  Pherfons  hiftory  of  Great  Britain,  from  the  reform- 

ation,  to  the  acoeilion  of  the  houfe  of  Hanover.     Se- 
cond edition.     2  vols.     London,  1776. 

395  Mac  Pherfon's  mifcellaneous  ftate  papers;  from  1501  to 

1526.     2  vols.     London,  1778. 

403  Parker's  evidence  of  our  tranfactions  in  the  Eaft  Indies, 
with  an  enquiry  into  the  conduct  of  Great  Britain  to 
other  countries,  from  1763.     London,  1782. 

407  Strutt's  chronicle  of  England;  or  a  compleat  hiftory  of 
the  ancient  Britons  and  Saxons,  from  the  landing  of 
Julius  Csdar  in  Britain,  to  the  Norman  ccnqueft;  with 
plates.     2  vols.     London,  1779. 

421  Drinkwater's  hiftory  of  the  late  fiege  of  Gibralter;  with 
a  defcription  and  account  of  that  garrifon,  from  the 
earlieft  periods;   with  plates.     London,    1785. 

424  De  Foe's  hiftory  of  the  union  between  England  and  Scot- 
land; with  an  appendix  of  original  papers,  and  the  life 
of  the  author.     London,  1786. 

438  Gillies'  hiftory  of  ancient  Greece;  from  the  earlieft  ac- 
counts till  the  divifion  of  the  Macedonian  empire  in  the 
eaft;  with  maps.     2  vols.     London,  1786. 

441  Warrington's  hiftory  of  Wales;  with  an  appendix.  Lon- 
don,  1786. 

444  Scott's  translation  of  the  memoirs  of  Eradut  Khan,  a  no- 
bleman of  Hindoftan;  in  which  are  difplayed  the  caufes 
of  the  decline  of  the  Mogul  empire  in  India.  London, 
1786. 

446  The  Antiquarian  Repertory;  with  plates.     4  vols.     Lon- 

don, 1779. 

447  Archseologia ;  or  mifcellaneous  tracts,   relating  to  antiqui- 

ty.    Publiihed  by  the  fociety  of  antiquaries  of  London; 
with  plates.     7  vols.     London,  177c. 

449 


2  8  Civil  Hiftory.     Quarto. 

449  Ames's  typographical  antiquities;  or  an  hiftorical  account 
of  the  origin  and  progrefs  of  printing  in  Great  Britain 
and  Ireland;  from  the  year  1471  to  the  year  1600. 
Confiderably  augmented  by  William  Herbert,  vols.  *i 
and  2.     London,  1785. 

452  Rowland's  Mona  Antiqua  Reftaurata;  an  archaeological 
difcourfe  on  the  antiquities,  natural  and  hiftorical,  of 
the  ifle  of  Anglefey;  with  plates.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1766. 

454  Fenn's  original  letters,  written  during  the  reigns  of  Hen- 
ry the  fixth,  Edward  the  fourth,  and  Richard  the  third; 
with  plates.     2  vols.     London,  1787. 

*  456 — 1   Samwell's  narrative  of  the  death  of  captain  James 

Cook.     London,  1786. 

461  Tarleton's  hiftory  of  the  campaigns  of  1780  and  1781,  in 
the  fouthern  provinces  of  North  America;  with  maps. 
London,  1787. 

*  462 — 9  An  account  of  the  firft  fettlement  of  Virginia,  Mary- 

land,   New  York,    New  Jerfey,    and  Pennfylvania, 
by  the  Englifh ;  with  a  map  of  Maryland.    London, 

»735- 

« — 15  An  hiftorical  memorial  of  the  negodation  of  France 
and  England,  from  the  twenty-fixth  of  March, 
1 761,  to  the  twentieth  of  September.  London, 
1761. 

—20  A  narrative  of  the  proceedings  of  the  people  of  South 
Carolina,  in  the  year  1 7 1 9.     London,  1720. 

*  465 — 12  Patent  for  Plymouth  in  New  England;  with  extracts 

from  the  records  of  that  colony.     Bofton,  1 751. 

15  An  account  of  the  Imperial  proceedings  againft  the 
Turks.     London,  1685. 

*  466 — 14  A  fpeech  of  general  Monck,  at  Whitehall,  February 

21,   1659.     London,  1659. 

467  Smith's  hiftory  of  New  York,  from  its  firft  difcovery  to 

the  year  1732.     London,  1757. 

468  A  journal  of  the  proceedings  in  the  detection  of  the  con- 

spiracy, formed  by  fome  white  people,  in  conjunction 
with  negro  and  other  Haves,  for  burning  the  city  of 
New  York.     New  York,  1 744. 

*  469 — 6  An  hiftorical  account  of  Bouquet's  expedition  againft 

the  Ohio  indians,   in  1764;  with  military  papers,  a 
map  and  plates.     Philadelphia,   1 765. 

474 


Civil  Hi/lory,     Quarto.  29 

474  Morton's  New  England's  memoriall.     Cambridge,  1669. 

475  Hubbard's  narrative  of  the  troubles  with  the  indians  in 

New  England,  from  1607  to  1677.     Bofton,  1677. 

*  478 — 2  Underbill's  news  from  America;  containing  a  relation 
of  their  warlike  proceedings.     London,  1638. 

—3  Thorowgood's  Jewes  in  America;  or  conjectures  con- 
cerning the  origin  of  the  American  indians.  Lon- 
don, 1650. 

— 4  L'Eftrange's  Americans  no  Jewes;  or  an  anfwer  to 
Thorowgood's  conjectures.     London,  1652. 

484  Hiftorie  der  boccaniers  of  vry-buyters  van  America;  met 
figuuren.    T'Amfterdam,  1700. 

487  Novas  Suecise  feu  Pennfylvanise  in  America  defcriptio. 
Stockholmias,  1702. 

490  Alter  und  neuer  muntz  fchliinel,  ein  tractat  von  der  muntz 

alterthum,  aufkommen,  gerechtigkeit  felbige  zu  fchla- 
gen  unterfchiedlichen  forten,  als  Hebraifh,  &c.  (with 
plates.)     Niirnberg,  1692. 

491  Henry's  hiftory  of  Great  Britain,  from  the  firft  invafion 

of  it  by  the  Romans  under  Julius  Casfar;  with  maps. 
5  vols.      London  and  Edinburgh,  1785. 

492  Clavigero's  hiftory  of  Mexico;   with  plates,   and  critical 

diftertations  on  the  land,  the  animals,  and  inhabitants 
of  Mexico.  Tranflated  from  the  Italian,  by  Charles 
Cullen.      2  vols.      London,  1787. 

493  O'Halloran's  general  hiftory  of  Ireland,  from  the  earliefl: 

accounts  to  the  clofe  of  the  twelfth  century.  2  vols. 
London,  1778. 

494  Cunningham's  hiftory  of  Great  Britain;  from   the  year 

1688,  to  the  acceilion  of  George  the  firft.  Tranflated 
from  the  Latin;  with  an  introduction,  containing  an  ac- 
count of  the  author  and  his  writings,  by  William 
Thomfon,   2  vols.     London,  1787. 

496  Millar's  hiftorical  view  of  the  Englifti  government,  from 
the  fettlement  of  the  Saxons  in  Britain,  to  the  acceffion 
of  the  houfe  of  Stewart.     London,  1787. 

£07  The  hiftory  of  the  United  Provinces  of  the  Netherlands 
from  the  death  of  Philip  the  fecond,  king  of  Spain,  to 
the  truce  made  with  Albert  and  Ifabella.  By  William 
Lothian.     London,  1786. 

518  X, 


30  Civil  Hi/lory,     Quarto. 

518  L.  Johannis  Rofmi  Romanarum  antiquitatum  corpus  ab- 
folutiffimum  cum  notis  Thomas  Dempfter.  Lugdu- 
ni  Batavorum,  1663. 

C21  L.  Johannis  Marianse  Hiipani  hiftorias  de  rebus  Hifpaniac 
libri  XXX.     Tomi  II.     Moguntise,  1705. 

523  L.  Numifmata  Imperatorum  Romanorum  praeflantiora  a 
Julio  Caefare  ad  poftumum  et  tyrannos.  Per  Joan- 
nem  Vailiant.  Tomus  primus.  Lutetiae  Parifiorum, 
1694. 

532  L.  Gerardi  Johannis  Voffit  de  hiftoricis  Latinis,  libri  III. 
Lugduni  Batavorum,  1651. 

538  L.  Iambi ichi  Chalcidenfis  de  vita  Pythagoras  et  protrep- 
ticas  orationes  ad  philofophiam,  lib.  duo.  Graece  et 
Latine.  Johanne  Arcerio  Theodoieto  interprete. 
In  Bibliopolo  Commeliniano,  1598. 

540  L.  Ammiani  Marcellini  rerum  geftarum  qui  de  XXXI. 
fuperfunt  libri  XVIII.     Hamburgi,  1609. 

543  Z.  La  hiftoria  D'ltalia  di  M.  Francefco  Guicciardini. 
Genevae,  1645. 

556  L.  Ogygia;  feu  rerum  Hibernicarum  chronologia  ab  uni- 
verfali  diluvio  ad  annum  428,  cum  regum  Hiberniae 
Chriftianorum  ad  annum  1022  et  aliorum  eventuum 
ad  Carolum  II.  tabula  brevi  nee  non  carmine  chro- 
nographico  et  Regum  in  Britannia,  Scotorum  cata- 
logo.  Authore  Roderico  O'Flaherty.  Londini, 
1685. 

*  559  L. — 2  Romanae  hiitorise  Anthologia;    being  an  Englifh 

expofition  of  the  Roman  antiquities.     London, 
1655. 

—3  Archasologiae  Attics  libri  feptem;  being  feven  of 
the  Attick  antiquities.  By  Francis  Rous  and 
Zachary  Bogan.    Fourth  edition.   Oxford,  1654. 

561  Z..  Gerardi  Johannis  Voffii  de  veterum  poetarum  tempo- 
ribus,  libii  duo,  qui  funt  de  poetis  Grascis  et  Lati- 
nis.    Amftelsedami,  1654. 


OCTAVO. 


Civil  Hiftory.     O&avo.  31 


OCTAVO. 

1  Pafchall's  life;  with  his  letters  relating  to  the  Jefuits. 
Translated  into  Englilh  by  W.  A.  2  vols.  London, 
1744. 

3  Bolingbroke's  letters  on  the  ftudy  and  ufe  of  hiftory.  ,2 
vols.     London,  1752. 

7  Crantz's  hiftory  of  Greenland;  containing  a  defcription  of 
the  country  and  its  inhabitants;  with  plates.  Tranilat- 
ed  from  the  High  Dutch.     2  vols.     London,  1767. 

9  Lewis's  life  of  mayfter  Wyllyam  Caxton,  of  the  Weald 
of  Kent,  the  firft  printer  in  England;  with  an  account 
of  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  the  art  of  pryntyng,  in  En- 
gland, during  his  time,   till  1493.     London,  1737. 

t  1 ")  Plutarch's   lives;     with    plates.       Trandated    from   the 
&  >      Greek,  with  notes,  by  M.  Dacier.     8  vols.     London, 
848J       1727. 

12  Gordon's  general  hiftory  of  the  lives,  trials,  and  executi- 
ons of  all  the  royal  and  noble  perfonages  that  have  fuf- 
fered  in  Great  Britain  and  Ireland;  from  the  acceftion 
of  Henry  the  eighth.  With  an  account  of  the  rebellions 
in  England,  Scotland  and  Ireland,  for  the  two  iaft  cen- 
turies; with  plates.     3  vols.     London,  1760. 

16  Vertot's  critical  hiftory  of  the  eftablifhment  of  the  Bretons 

among  the  Gauls.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  by 
Mr.  Henley.     2  vols.     London,  1722. 

17  Broderick's  hiftory  of  the  late  war  in    the  Netherlands, 

Germany,  Italy,  and  Spain;  with  an  abftracl:  of  the 
treaty  of  Utrecht,  and  plans  of  battles,  &c.  Second 
edition.     London,  1732. 

25  Smith's  hiftory  of  the  colony  of  New  Jerfey;  from  its 
firft  fettlement,  to  the  year  1725;  with  fome  particulars 
fmce,  and  a  view  of  its  prefent  ftate.    Burlington,  1 765. 

28  Grey's  collection  of  the  debates  of  the  houfe  of  commons, 
from  the  year  1667,  to  the  year  1694.  10  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1763. 

49  The  works  of  Flavius  Jofephus,  the  Jewifh  hiftorian. 
Tranflated  from  the  original  Greek;  with  the  notes  of 
Reland,  Cellarius  and  others,  and  the  plans,  maps  and 
notes  of  William  Whifton.     4  vols.     London,  1755. 

53 


3  2  Civil  Hiftory.     O&avo. 

53  A  complete  hiftory  of  the  late  war;  or  annual  regifter  of 
its  rife,  progrels  and  events  in  Europe,  Afia,  Africa, 
and  America;    with  plates.     Dublin,  1763. 

59  Robertfon's  hiftory  of  Scotland,  during  the  reign  of  queen 
Mary  and  king  James  the  fixth,  till  his  acceffion  to  the 
crown  of  England;  with  a  review  of  the  Scottifh  hifto- 
ry previous  to  that  period.  Fourth  edition.  London, 
1761. 

f  6cT 

T  5°3     An  hiftorical  review  of  the  conftitution  and  government 
l^2^         °^  Pcnnfylvania,  from  its  origin.     London,  1759. 

t  1763  J 

62  An  enquiry  into  the  caufes  of  the  alienation  of  the  Dela- 
ware and  Shawanefe  indians,  &c.  with  notes,  by  the 
editor,  explaining  fundry  indian  cuftoms,  &c.  Lon- 
don, 1759. 

64  A  concife  account  of  North  America;  with  a  defcription 
of  feveral  nations  of  indians.  By  Robert  Rogers. 
London,  1765. 

69  Voltaire's  general  hiftory  and  ftate  of  Europe,  from  the 
time  of  Charlemain,  to  Charles  the  fifth;  with  a  preli- 
minary view  of  the  oriental  empires.  Tranilated  from 
the  French.     London,  1754. 

71  Collins's  peerage  of  England;  containing  a  genealogical 
account  of  all  the  peers  of  England;  with  plates.  Third 
edition.     6  vols.     London,  1756. 

Si  Bculainvilliers'  hiftorical  account  of  the  ancient  parlia- 
ments of  France,  or  ftates  general  of  the  kingdom, 
and  chronological  abridgement  of  the  hiftory  of  France, 
under  the  reign  of  the  kings  of  the  Jfirft  race.  Trans- 
lated from  the  French,  by  Charles  Forman.  2  vols. 
London,  1739. 

$2  Cooper's  life  of  Socrates.   Second  edition.    London,  1750. 

83  Campbell's  lives  of  the  admirals,  and  other  eminent  Britifli 
feamen;  including  an  accurate  naval  hiftory,  from  the 
earlieft  account  of  time.  Third  edition.  4  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1 761. 

92  Thucydides'  hiftory  of  the  Grecian  war;  with  maps. 
Tranflated  by  Thomas  Hobbes.  Third  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1723. 

■J-  93  See  page  7,  ( Ecckfiajlka!  Hijlory.) 

97 


Civil  Hiftory.      Octavo.  33 

97  *}  Rapin's  hiftory  of  England;  with  genealogical  tables,  and 

&  V      plates.    Tranflated  from  the  French  into  Engliih,  with 

542  J      a  continuation,  by  N.  Tindal.    Frrft  edition.    30  vols. 

London,  1728.     Fourth  edition.     21  vols.     London, 

*757- 
100  The  Britifh  empire  in  America;  containing  the  hiftory  of 
the  difcovery,  fettlement,  progrefs,  and  ftate  of  die 
colonies  on  the  continent  and  iflands  of  America,  from 
the  year  17 10,  to  the  prefent  time.  Second  edition.  2 
vols.    London,  1741. 

105  Croix's  hiftory  of  Genghifcan  the  Great,  firft  emperor  of 
the  ancient  Moguls  and  Tartars,  and  his  fucceiTors  to 
the  prefent  time;  with  an  account  of  the  manners,  cuf- 
toms  and  laws  of  the  ancient  Moguls  and  Tartars. 
Tranflated  into  Engliih.    London,  1722. 

107  Memoirs  of  Philip  de  Comines;  containing  the  hiftory  of 
Europe  for  almoft  half  the  fifteenth  century;  particu- 
larly the  reigns  of  Lewis  the  eleventh  of  France,  and 
Edward  the  fourth  and  Henry  the  feventh  of  England. 
Tranflated  from  the  French  into  Engliih;  with  remarks 
on  all  the  occurrences  relating  to  England,  by  Mr. 
Uvedale.     Second  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1723. 

fin  Brockwell's  political  and  natural  hiftory  of  Portugal,  from 
its  firft  erection  into  a  kingdom,  anno  1090,  to  the  pre- 
fent time;  with  the  hiftory  of  Brazil,  and  all  other 
dominions  fubject  to  Portugal,  in  Afia,  Africa  and 
America.     London,  1726. 

112  Gyllius's  antiquities  of  Conftantinople,  with  a  defcription 
of  its  fituation,  &c.  with  cuts.  Tranflated  from  the 
Latin,  by  John  Ball.     London,  1729. 

1 1 3 1  Lediard's  life   of  John,    duke  of  Marlborough ;     with 
&    >      maps,  plans  of  battles,  and  a  number  of  original  let- 
266  J       ters  and  papers.     3  vols.     London,  1736. 

114  The  hiftory  of  New  England;  containing  an  account  of 
the  civil  and  ecclefiaftical  affairs  of  the  country,  to  the 
year  of  our  Lord  1 700 ;  with  its  prefent  ftate.  Alfo  an 
appendix,  containing  their  charter,  ecclefiaftical  difci- 
pline  and  municipal  laws.  Second  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1747. 

f  117  The  hiftory  and  proceedings  of  the  houfe  of  commons, 
from  the  reftoration  to  the  year  1746.  16  vols.  Lon- 
don. 

f  1 1 8  The  hiftory  and  proceedings  of  the  houfe  of  lords,  from 
the  reftoration,  \o  the  year  1 741.     8  vols.     London. 

E  121 


34  Civil  Hi/lory.     O&avo. 

121  Sully's  memoirs;  containing  the  hiitory  of  the  life  and 
reign  of  Henry  the  Great,  and  his  own  administration 
under  him.  Tranflated  from  the  French ;  with  the  trial 
of  Ravillac,  for  the  murder  of  Henry  the  Great.  5 
vols.     London,  1757. 

128  BofTuet's  introduction  to  univerfal  hiitory.     Tranflated  by 

Richard  Spence.     Belfait,  1742. 

129  The  ancient  and  modern  univerfal  hiitory,  from  the  earlieft 

account  of  time;  compiled  from  original  authors;  with 
maps,  cuts,  notes,  and  a  general  index  to  the  whole. 
64  vols.     London,   1747,  &c. 

136  Herrera's  general  hiitory  of  the  continent  and  iflands  of 
America,  from  the  firfl  difcovery  thereof.  Colle&ed 
from  original  relations  lent  to  the  king  of  Spain.  Tranf- 
lated into  Englifh,  by  John  Stevens.  6  vols.  London, 
1725. 

140  Midon's  hiitory  of  the  rife  and  fall  of  Maflaniello,    the 

fiflierman  of  Naples;  containing  a  relation  of  the  tu- 
mults and  infurrections  that  happened  in  that  kingdom 
in  the  year  1747?  on  account  of  the  tax  upon  fruits. 
London,   1729. 

141  Hotoman's  account  of  the  ancient  free  (late  of  France, 

and  moil  other  parts  of  Europe,  before  the  lofs  of  their 
liberties.  Written  in  1  574,  and  tranflated  into  Englifh. 
Second  edition.     London,   1721. 

143  PuffendorfPs  introduction  to  the  hiitory  of  the  principal 
kingdoms  and  (rates  of  Europe;  with  an  appendix,  con- 
taining an  introduction  to  the  hiitory  of  the  Hates  of 
Italy.  Tranflated  from  the  High  Dutch.  Eighth 
edition.     London,  1719. 

ijj  The  antiquities  of  St.  Peter's;  or  the  abbey  church  of 
Weftminfter,  containing  the  epitaphs,  lives,  marriages, 
and  arms  of  eminent  perfonages;  with  plates.  Third 
edition.     2  vols.     London,  1722. 

150  A  general  hiitory  of  the  Turks,    Moguls  and  Tartars; 

with  a  defcription  of  the  countries  they  inhabit.  Tranf- 
lated from  the  French.     2  vols.     London,  1730. 

151  Littlebury 's  translation  of  the  hiitory  of  Herodotus.    Third 

edition.     2  vols.     London,  1737. 

155")  Rollin's  Roman  hiitory,  from  the  foundation  of  Rome 
8c    >      to  the  battle  of  Actium;  that  is,  to  the  end  of  the  com- 
541 J      monwealth.      Tranflated  from  the  French.      Second 
edition.     16  vols.     London,  1754. 

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162  Memoirs  concerning  the  affairs  of  Scotland,  from  queen 
Anne's  acceffion  to  the  throne,  to  the  union  of  the  two 
kingdoms  of  Scotland  and  England,  in  May,  1707; 
with  an  account  of  the  defigned  invafion  from  France, 
and  reflections  on  the  ancient  ftate  of  Scotland.  Second 
edition.     London,  1714. 

165  Rollin's  hiftory  of  the  arts  and  fciences  of  the  ancients. 
Tranflated  from  the  French.     4  vols.     London,  1737. 

f  166  The  parliamentary  or  constitutional  hiftory  of  England; 
from  the  earlieft  times  to  the  reftoration  of  king  Charles 
the  fecond.  By  feveral  hands,  Second  edition.  24 
vols.     London,  1762. 

T74")  ^he  memoirs  of  Edmund  Ludlow,  Efquire.   3  vols.   VI- 
o    \      vaY  (Switzerland)  1698. 

179  Vertot's  hiftory  of  the  revolutions  in  Spain,  from  the  firft 
foundation  of  the  monarchy,  to  the  acceflion  of  Lewis 
the  firft;  with  a  hiftory  of  the  late  war.  Tranflated 
from  the  French,  by  Mr.  Morgan.     5  vols.     London, 

1724. 

1     [  An  account  of  the   European  fettlements  in  America. 
n    \      Second  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1758. 

182  A  new  and  general  biographical  dictionary;  containing  an 
hiftorical  and  critical  account  of  the  lives  and  writings 
of  the  moft  eminent  perfons  in  every  nation;  from  the 
earlieft  accounts  to  the  prefent  period.  12  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1 761. 

185  Torcy's  memiors;  containing  the  hiftory  of  the  nego- 
ciations  from  the  treaty  of  Ryfwick,  to  the  peace  of 
Utrecht.  Tranilated  from  the  French.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1757. 

f  200  The  life  and  pofthumous  works  of  Richard  Claridge;  be- 
ing memoirs  relating  to  his  experiences  and  progrefs  in 
religion,  &c.  Collected  by  Jofeph  Befte.  London, 
1726. 

20^  Memoirs  of  Ireland,  from  the  reftoration  to  the  prefent 
time.     London,  17 16. 

204  Xenophon's  memorable  things  of  Socrates;  with  the  lives 
of  Socrates  and  Xenophcn,  by  M.  Charpentier,  &c. 
Tranflated  by  Edward  Bysfhe.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1722. 

205 


36  Civil  Hijiory.     O&avc. 

205 1  Braithwaite's  hiftory  of  the  revolutions  in  the  empire  of 
&    S-      Morocco,  upon  the  death  of  the  late  emperor  Muley 
355  J       Ifhmael;  with  obfervations,  natural,  moral  and  politi- 
cal, relating  to  that  country  and  people.   London,  1 729. 

207  Snelgrave's  account  of  fome  parts  of  Guinea,   and  the 

flave  trade;  containing  the  hiftory  of  the  late  conqueft 
of  the  kingdom  of  Whidaw;  the  manner  of  the  negroes 
becoming  flaves,  and  a  relation  of  the  author's  being 
taken  by  pirates.     London,  1734. 

208  The  fufferings  of  John  Couftos,  for  Free-mafonry,   and 

for  his  refufmg  to  turn  Roman  catholic,  in  the  inquifi- 
tion  at  Lifbon.     London,  1 746.     Gift  of  David  Hall. 

209  Daniel's  hiftory  of  France,  from  the  time  the  French  mo- 

narchy was  eftablifhed  in  Gaul,  to  the  death  of  Lewis 
the  fourteenth.  Tranflated  from  the  French  into  Englifh. 
5  vols.     London,  1726. 

211  Skinner's  life  of  general  Monk,  duke  of  Albemarle.  Se- 
cond edition.     London,  1724. 

223  Warwick's  memoirs  of  the  reign  of  Charles  the  firft ;  with 
impartial  characters  of  many  great  perfons,  and  a  con- 
tinuation to  the  reftomtion  of  Charles  the  fecond.  Third 
edition.     London,  1703. 

*  227 — 2   Lechford's  plain  dealing;    or  newes  from  New  En- 

gland; containing  a  view  of  its  government,  &c. 
London,  1641. 

— 5  Dodridge's  hiftory  of  the  ancient  and  modern  eilate  of 
Wales,  Cornwall  and  Chefter.     London,  1630. 

— 6  View  of  the  life  and  reign  of  Henry  the  third,  king 
of  England.     1627. 

— 7  Naunton's  obfervations  on  the  late  queen  Elizabeth, 
her  times  and  favorites.     1642. 

*  230 — 2  The  new  life  of  Virginia;  declaring  the  former  fvccefte 

and  prefent  ftate  of  that  plantation.    London,  161 2. 

T-3  Barri's  Cochin-china;  containing  many  admirable  ra- 
rities and  Angularities  of  that  country.  London, 
1633- 

— 4  Newes  of  Sir  Walter  Rauleigh;  with  a  true  defcrip- 
tion  of  Gviana,  and  a  relation  of  the  excellent  go- 
uernment,  &c<     London,  161 8. 

Smith's  New  England's  trials,  declaring  the  prefent 
eftate  of  that  happie  plantation.  Second  edition. 
London,  1622. 

234 


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234  Perrault's  chambers,   hiftorical  and  panegyrical,  of  the 

greateft  men  that  have  appeared  in  France,  during  the 
laft  century.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  J.  Ozell.  2 
vols,  in  one.     London,  1704. 

235  Maurier's  lives  of  all  the  princes  of  Orange,  from  Willi- 

am the  Great,  founder  of  the  commonwealth  of  the 
United  Provinces.  With  the  life  of  king  William  the 
third,  by  Thomas  Brown.     London,  1693. 

236  The  antiquities  of  Palmyra;  containing  the  hiftory  of  the 

city  and  its  emperors,  from  its  foundation  to  the  prefent 
time.     London,  1696. 

239  Le  Clerc's  lives  of  Clemens  Alexandrinus,  Eufebius,  bifhop 
of  Caefarea,  Gregory  Nazianzen,  and  Prudentius  the 
Chriilian  poet;  with  an  account  of  their  writings,  and 
a  fhort  hiftory  of  Pelagianilm.  Tranflated  into  Englifh. 
London,  1696. 

241  Langallerie's  memoirs;  containing  an  account  of  the  mod 

fecret  intrigues  of  the  French,  Spanifh  and  Bavarian 
courts;  remarkable  battles,  &c.  in  Germany,  Spain  and 
Flanders ;  with  the  treaties  made  with  France  from  the 
year  1687  to  17 10,  and  feveral  original  letters  from 
eminent  perfonages  in  Europe.  Tranflated  from  the 
French.     Second  edition.     London,  17 10. 

242  Caradoc's  hiftory  of  Wales;   comprehending  the  lives  of 

the  princes  of  Wales,  from  Cadwalader  to  Lhewelyn, 
the  laft  prince  of  Britifn  blood;  with  a  fhort  account  of 
the  affairs  of  Wales,  under  the  kings  of  England.  Lon- 
don, 1697. 

f  244  A  general  collection  of  treaties  of  peace  and  commerce* 
renunciations,  manifeftoes,  and  other  public  papers; 
from  the  year  1642,  to  the  year  1731.  4  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1732. 

f  245  Frefnoy's  art  of  painting;  with  remarks.  Tranflated  into 
Englifh,  with  an  original  preface,  containing  a  parallel 
between  painting  and  poetry,  by  Mr.  Dryden.  Alfo  an 
account  of  the  moft  eminent  painters,  by  Fachard  Gra- 
ham.    London,  1750. 

250  Palafox's  hiftory  of  the  conqueft  of  China,  by  the  Tartars; 
with  an  account  of  the  religion,  manners,  &c.  of  both 
nations.  Tranflated  from  the  Spanifh  into  Englifh* 
London,  1671. 

?z$  The  life  and  reign  of  Anne,  queen  of  England;  contain- 
ing a  particular  account  of  the  moft  remarkable  tranf- 
adions  during  her  reign.     London,  1738. 

258 


3$  Civil  Hi/lory.     Octavo. 

258  The  hiftory  of  Polybins  the  Megalapolitan ;  containing  a 
general  account  of  the  tranfactions  of  the  world,  and 
principally  of  the  Roman  people,  during  the  firft  and 
fecond  Punic  wars.  Tranflated  by  Sir  H.  S.  With  a 
character  of  Polybius  and  his  writings,  by  Mr.  Dryden. 
Second  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1698. 

*  261 — 4  State  of  the  colonic  of  Virginia;   with  the  names  of 

the  aduenturors,  &c.     London,  1620. 

—•5  Hammond's  Leah  and  Rachel;  or  the  fruitfull  fillers 
Virginia  and  Maryland ;  their  prefent  condition  im- 
partially ftated.     London,  1656. 

*  262—1   A  relation  of  the  proceedings  of  the  Englifli  planta- 

tion fettled  at  Plimoth  in  New  England.     London, 
1622. 

— 2  A  relation  of  the  battell  fought  in  New  England,  be- 
tween the  Englifh  and  the  Pequet!  falvages;  with 
the  prefent  ftate  of  things  there.     London,  1638. 

— 3  New  England's  plantation;  or  a  defcription  of  the 
commodities  and  difcommodities  of  that  country. 
London,  1630. 

— 4  Mather's  hiftory  of  the  war  with  the  Indians  in  New 
England.     London,  1676. 

— 5  An  account  of  the  province  of  Carolina  in  America. 
London,  1682. 

263  Morton's  New  Canaan;  containing  an  abftracl  of  New 
England;  fetting  forth  the  original  of  the  natives,  &c. 
Amfterdam,  1637. 

*  264 — 1   The  ftate  of  Virginia  and  the  college,  by  Meflrs.  Hart- 

well,    Blair  and  Chilton.     London,  1727. 

— 2  The  ftate  of  Virginia,  by  Hugh  Jones. 

— 3  An  account  of  the  cafes  that  have  retarded  the  pro- 
grefs  of  the  colony  of  Georgia,  in  America.  Lon- 
don, 1743. 

%6$  Hubbard's  prefent  ftate  of  New  England ;  being  a  narra- 
tive of  the  troubles  with  the  indians  in  New  England, 
from  the  firft  planting  thereof,  in  the  year  1607,  to  the 
year  1677.     London,  1677. 

267  The  complete  hiftory  of  the  affairs  of  Spain,  from  the 
firft  treaty  of  partition,  to  the  prefent  time;  containing 
the  actions  of  queen  Anne  and  her  allies  in  Spain,  the 
Netherlands,  Italy,  &c.  to  fecure  Spain  to  the  houfe  of 
Auftria.     London,  1709.     Gift  of  John  Sober. 

271 


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171  An  account  of  the  earl  of  Peterborow's  conduct  in  Spain; 
the  campaign  of  Valencia,  with  original  papers.  Second 
edition.     London,  1707. 

272  An  account  of  Denmark,  as  it  was  in  the  year  1692. 
London,  1694. 

275  Roger  Coke's  detection  of  the  court  and  ftate  of  England ; 
from  king  James  the  firft,  to  the  death  of  queen  Anne ; 
confiding  of  private  memoirs,  &c.  Fourth  edition.  3 
vols.     London,  1719. 

277 1  The  hiftory  of  Dion  Caflius,  abridged,  by  Xiphilin;  con- 
ic   >      taining  the  moll  confiderable  pafTages  under  the  Roman 

856  J  emperors,  from  the  time  of  Pompey  the  Great,  to 
Alexander  Severus.  Tranflated  from  the  Greek,  by 
Mr.  Manning.     2  vols.     London,  1 704. 

28c!  Du  Halde's  general  hiftory  of  China;   with  maps  and 
&    >     plates.     Third  edition.     4  vols.    London,  1741.     N°. 
901  J       280  is  the  gift  of  John  M*  Michael. 

285  Verftegan's  reftitution  of  decayed  intelligence  in  antiqui- 
ties, concerning  the  Englim  nation.     Antwerp,  1605. 

287  De  Burigny's  life  of  Hugo  Grotius.  Written  originally 
in  French.      London,  1754. 

291  A  complete  hiftory  of  the  piratical  ftates  of  Barbary,  viz. 
Algiers,  Tunis,  Tripoli,  and  Morocco ;  containing  the 
origin,  revolutions  and  prefent  ftate  of  thefe  kingdoms. 
London,  1750. 

301  Middleton's  hiftory  of  the  life  of  Marcus  Tullius  Cicero. 
Fifth  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1755. 

311  The  general  hiftory  of  Polybius.  Tranflated  from  the 
Greek,  by  Mr.  Hampton.  Second  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1761. 

318  Banier's  mythology  and  fables  of  the  ancients,  explained 
from  hiftory.  Tranflated  from  the  French.  4  vols. 
London,  1739. 

320  Voltaire's  age  of  Lewis  the  fourteenth.  Tranflated  from 
the  French.     2  vols.     London,  1752. 

329  Toland's  life  of  John  Milton;  containing  the  hiftory  of  his 
works;  characters  of  men  and  books,  fects,  parties  and 
opinions;  with  Amyntor;  or  a  defence  of  Milton's  life. 
London,  1761. 

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130  Bellicard's  obfervations  upon  the  antiquities  of  the  town 
of  Herculaneum,  difcovered  at  the  foot  of  mount  Ve- 
fuvius;  with  a  fhort  defcription  of  the  antiquities  of 
Naples.     With  plates.     London,  1753. 

331  Cooper's  life  of  Socrates.    Third  edition.    London,  1750. 

332  Roll's  impartial  reprefentation  of  the  conduct  of  the  fede- 

ral powers  of  Europe,  engaged  in  the  late  general  war; 
with  an  account  of  their  military  and  naval  operations, 
from  the  commencement  of  hoflilities,  in  1739,  to  the 
treaty  of  Aix  la  Chapelle,  in  1748.  4  vols.  London, 
1749. 

335  Stevens's  hiftory  of  Perfia;  containing  the  lives  and  acti- 
ons of  their  kings,  from  the  firit.  erecting  of  that  mo- 
narchy to  this  time;  an  exact  defcription  of  all  its 
dominions;  an  account  of  India,  China,  Tartary,  &c. 
and  the  manners  of  the  people.  London,  17 15.  Gift 
of  Jofeph  BreintnalL 

\  337  A  collection  of  the  parliamentary  debates  in  England, 
from  the  year  1668,  to  the  prefent  time.  9  vols.  Lon- 
don,  1741. 

*  361 — 1  An  account  of  Denmark,  as  it  was  in  the  year  1692. 

Fourth  edition.     London,  1738. 

— 2  An  account  of  Sueden,  as  it  was  in  the  year  1688; 
with  an  extract  of  the  hiftory  of  that  kingdom* 
London,  1738. 

— 4  A  narrative  of  the  life  and  death  of  John  Rhinholdt 
count  Patkul,  a  nobleman  of  Livonia,  who  was 
broke  alive  upon  the  wheel  in  Great  Poland,  anno 
1707.     Third  edition.     London,  1738. 

Rr    L  Stith's  hiftory  of  the  firft  difcovery  and   fettlement  of 
1  f      Virginia.     Williamftmrg,  1747.     London,  1753. 

f  368  The  morals  of  Epictetus;  with  the  comment  of  Simplicius. 
Tranflated  from  the  Greek  into  Englifti,  by  George 
Stanhope;  with  the  life  of  Epictetus,  from  Monfieur 
Boileau.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1721. 

374  Flechier's  life  of  the  emperor  Theodofius  the  Great. 
Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  Francis  Manning. 
London,  1693. 

*  377 — 2  Memoirs  of  the  revolutions  in  Bengal,  in  1757.   Lon- 

don, 1760. 

379 


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379  Reliquiae  Bodleianae;  or  fome  genuine  remains  of  Sir  Tho- 
mas Bodley;  containing  his  life;  the  draught  of  the 
ftatutes  of  the  library  at  Oxford,  and  a  collection  of  let- 
ters to  Dr.  James,  &c.  London,  1 703.  Gift  of  Mr. 
jfones. 

381  Nicholibn's  Englifh  hiftorical  library;  or  a  fhort  view  of 
moft  of  the  writers  now  extant.  London,  1696.  Gift 
of  Henry  Pratt. 

t  392  An  abridgment  of  Sir  Walter  Raleigh's  hiftory  of  the 
world ;  his  premonition  to  princes,  and  fome  remains  of 
that  learned  knight;  with  the  author's  life,  trial  and 
death.  Third  edition.  London,  1702.  Gift  of  John 
Smith. 

396  Ali's  hiftory  of  Timurbec,  emperor  of  the  Moguls  and 
Tartars;  being  an  hiftorical  journal  of  his  conquefts  in 
Afia  and  Europe.  Tranilated  from  the  Perfian.  2 
vols.   London,  1723. 

398  The  mufes  library;  or  a  feries  of  Englifh  poetry;  con- 
taining alfo  the  lives  and  characters  of  all  the  known 
writers,  &c.     London,  174 1.      Gift  of  John  Smith. 

406  Vertot's  hiftory  of  the  revolutions  that  happened  in  the 

government  of  the  Roman  republic.   Written  in  French. 
Fifth  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1740. 

407  Vertot's  hiftory  of  the  revolutions  of  Portugal.    Fifth  edi- 

tion.    London,  1754. 

410  A  general  hiftory  of  the  pyrates,  from  their  firft  rife  and 
fetr.lement  in  the  illand  of  Providence,  to  the  prefent 
time.  By  Charles  Johnfon.  With  an  abftract  of  the 
ftatute  and  civil  law,  in  relation  to  pyracy.  Fourth  edi- 
tion.    2  vols.     London,  1726. 

414  The  hiftory  of  Holland,  from  its  firft  foundation,  to  the 
death  of  king  William ;  alfo,  a  particular  defcription  ot 
the  United  Provinces,  &c.  with  a  map.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don,   1705. 

416  De  SohVs  hiftory  of  the  conqueft  of  Mexico,  by  the  Spa- 
niards. Tranflated  into  Englifh  from  the  Spanifh,  by 
Thomas  Townfend.     2  vols.     London,  1738. 

417"!  Shuckford's  facred  and  prophane  hiftory  of  the  world, 
&    >      connected  from  the  creation,   to  the  difTolution  of  the 

685  J  Aflyrian  empire,  and  declenfion  of  the  kingdoms  of 
Judah  and  Ifrael.  Second  edition.  4  vols.  London, 
1 741.     And  third  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1743. 

F  421 


42  Civil  Hi/lory.   .  O&avo. 

421  Potter's  antiquities  of  Greece;  containing  an  account  of 
the  laws,  cuftoms,  civil  government  and  religion  of 
Greece.     Sixth  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1 740. 

423  Mallet's  life  of  Francis  Bacon,  lord  chancellor  of  England. 
London,  1740. 

437  An  account  of  the  conduct  of  th-e  dowager,  dutchefs  of 

Marlborough,  from  her  firft  coming  to  court,    to  the 

year  1710.     In  a  letter  from  herfelf  to  lord  

London,  1742. 

438  Entick's  general  hiftory  of  the  late  war;    containing  its 

rife,  progrefs  and  event  in  Europe,  Afia,  Africa,  and 
America.     5  vols.     London,  1763. 

*  443 — 2  The  life  of  Sir  John  Holt,  lord  chief  juftice  of  the 
court  of  king's  bench.  London,  1764. 

450  Fabricius's  letters  to  Charles  the  twelfth,  king  of  Sweden; 
interfperfed  with  many  fmgular  particulars  relating  to 
that  northern  hero,  during  his  refidence  in  Turkey. 
London,  1761. 

•j-  452  Debates  relative  to  the  affairs  of  Ireland,  in  the  years 
1763  and  1764;  with  an  enquiry  how  far  the  reftrictions 
laid  upon  the  trade  of  Ireland,  by  Britiih  acts  of  parli- 
ament, affect  the  Britifh  dominions  in  general.  2  vols. 
London,  1766. 

t  453")  Warner's  memoirs  of  the  life  of  Sir  Thomas  More,  lord 
&    >      high  chancellor  of  England,   in  the  reign  of  Henry 
-j-  5 70  J      the  eighth;   with  More's  hiftory  of  Utopia.     London, 
1758. 

458  HowTell's  ancient  and  prefent  (late  of  England;   being  a 

compendious  hiftory  of  all  its  monarchs,  from  the  time 
of  Julius  Csfar.  Continued  by  an  impartial  hand  to  the 
death  of  George  the  firft.     Ninth  edition.     London, 

I734- 

459  Gilpin's  lives  of  John  Wickliff,  and  the  mod  eminent  of 

his  difciples;  lord  Cobham,  John  Hufs,  Jerome  of 
Prague,   and  Zifca.    Second  edition.     London,  1766. 

461  The  hiftory  of  John  Sobiefki,  king  of  Poland.  Tranflat- 
ed  from  the  French  of  M.  L'Abbe  Coyer.  London, 
1762. 

.'*  469 — ^  Whifton's  hiftorical  memoirs  of  the  life  and  writings  of 
Dr.  Samuel  Clarke;  with  an  appendix,  containing 
Dr.  Sykes's  elougium  of  Dr.  Clarke,  and  Mr.Emlyn's 
memoirs  cf  the  life  and  fentiments  of  Dr.  Clarke. 
Third  edition.     London?  1748. 


472 


Civil  Hijfory.     O&avo.  43 

472  Obfervations  upon  lord  Orrery's  remarks  on  the  life  and 
writings  of  Dr.  Jonathan  Swift.     London,  1754. 

475  The  life  of  Edward,  earl  of  Clarendon;  with  a  continua- 
tion of  his  hiflory  of  the  grand  rebellion,  from  the  re- 
ftoration,  in  1660,  to  his  banifhment  in  1667.  Written 
by  himfelf.     Third  edition.     3  vols.     Oxford,  176 1. 

482  Smnllet's  complete  hi  (lory  of  England,  from  the  defcent 

of  Julius  C<Eiar,  to  the  treaty  of  Aix  la  Chapelle,  in 
1748;  with  plates.  Second  edition.  1 1  vols.  London, 
1758.      Gift  of  Dr.  Jonathan  Potts. 

483  The  continuation  of  Smollet's  complete  hiftory  of  England, 

from  the  treaty  of  Aix  la  Chapelle,  to  the  fifth  year  of 
George  the  third ;  with  plates.     5  vols.    London,  1763. 

484  Clarendon's  hiftory  of  the  rebellion  and  civil  wars  in  En- 

gland, begun  in  1641,  with  the  preceding  tranfactions, 
to  the  reitoration  of  Charles  the  fecond,  the  twenty- 
ninth  of  May,  1660.     6  vols.     Oxford,  1732. 

490  An  extract  out  of  Pauianius,  of  the  ftatues,  pictures,  and 
temples  in  Greece;  which  were  remaining  there  in  his 
time.     London,  1758. 

*  494 — 2  The  hi  (lory  of  Servetus,  who  was  burnt  alive  in  Ge- 
neva for  herefy.     London,  1724. 

504 "1  The  expedition  of  Cyrus  into  Perfia;   and  the  retreat  of 
&    >      the  ten  thoufand  Greeks.    Tranflated  from  Xenophon; 
507J      with  critical  and  hiftorical  notes,  by  Edward  Spelman. 
Second  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1 749. 

5 1 3  Buonamici's  commentaries  of  the  late  war  in  Italy.  Trans- 
lated from  the  Latin,  by  A.  Wilhort.     London.  1753. 

519  Colden's  hiftory  of  the  five   Indian  nations  of  Canada; 

with  accounts  of  their  religion,  manners,  Sec.  London, 
J747- 

520  An  account  of  the  cuiloms  and  manners  of  the  Mickma- 

kis  and  Maricheets  lavage  nations,  now  depending  on 
Cape  Breton.  Written  by  a  French  abbot.  London, 
1758. 

■j*  521  Proceedings  and  debates  of  the  general  arTembly  of  Penn- 
fylvania;  from  September  4,  1787,  to  the  prefent  time. 
Taken  in  lhort-hand,  by  Thomas  Lloyd.  4  vols,  in  two. 
Philadelphia. 

I  524  Cyropasdia;  or  the  inftitution  of  Cyrus,  by  Xenophon. 
Tranllated  from  the  Greek,  by  Maurice  Aihley.  Se- 
cond edition.      2  vols.     London,  1728. 

528 


44  Civil  Hi/lory.     Octavo. 

528  A  hiftory  of  Jamaica,  from  the  earlieft  accounts,  to  the 
taking  of  Porto  Bello,  by  vice-admiral  Vernon.  Second 
edition.     London,  1 740,      Gift  of  William  Allen. 

533  Gordon's  hiftory  of  Peter  the  Great,  emperor  of  Ruflia; 
with  a  fhort  hiftory  of  the  country,  from  the  rife  of  that 
monarchy,  and  an  account  of  the  author's  life.  2  vols. 
Aberdeen,  1755. 

536  A  new  hiftory  of  the  Eaft  Indies,  ancient  and  modern; 
with  an  eftay  towards  a  hiftory  of  the  commerce  of  the 
nations  of  Europe  to  the  Eaft  Indies-    2  vols.    London, 

1757- 
540  Marigny's  hiftory  of  the  Arabians  under  the  government 
of  the  Caliphs,  from  Mahomet,  to  the  death  of  Moi> 
tazem;  containing  the  fpace  of  fix  hundred  and  thirt)  - 
fix  years.  Tranflated  from  the  French.  4  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1758.      Gift  of  Dr.  Benjamin  Franklin. 

546  Authentic  memoirs  of  the  Portuguefe  Inquifition;  with 
reflections  on  ancient  and  modern  Popery,  and  the  caufes" 
of  its  alarming  progrefs  in  this  kingdom.    London,  1 761. 

552  Echard's  hiftory  of  the  revolution,  and  the  eftabliihment 
of  England  in  the  year  1688.     Dublin,  1725. 

*  565 — 6  The  conduct  of  major  general  Shirley,  late  commander 
in  chief  of  his  majefty's  forces  in  North  America. 
London,  1758. 

— 7  The  conduct  of  a  noble  commander  in  America,  im- 
partially reviewed ;  with  the  caufes  of  the  difcontents 
at  New  York  and  Halifax.   Second  edition.   London, 

1758. 

568  Memoirs  of  the  life  of  Robert  Cary,  earl  of  Monmouth, 
written  by  himfelf.     With  notes.     London,  1759. 

580  Macquer's  chronological  abridgment  of  the  Roman  hiftory, 
from  the  foundation  of  the  city,  to  the  extinction  of  the 
republic.  Tranilated  from  the  French,  and  illuftrated 
with  notes  and  the  antiquities  of  Rome,  by  Thomas 
Nugent.     London,  1760. 

583  Feuquieres'  memoirs;  being  an  account  of  all  the  wars  in 
Europe,  from  the  year  1672  to  1710.  Tranflated  from 
the  French.     2  vols.     London,  1737. 

589"!  The  hiftory  and  prefent  ftate  of  Virginia,  from  the  firfr, 
&    >      fettlement  to  this  time;  with  plates.     By  a  native  of 
1055  J      that  place.     London,  1705.     N0,  589  the  gift  of  David 
Bujh, 

590 


Civil  Hi/lory.     Octavo.  45 

590  Memoirs  of  the  regency  of  the  late  duke  of  Orleans, 
during  the  minority  of  Lewis  the  fifteenth;  containing 
the  public  treaties  and  principal  matters  of  the  court  of 
France;  with  the  remarkable  events  of  the  feveral  courts 
of  Europe,  during  his  adminiftration.     London,  1732. 

595  Wefton's  difTertations  on  fome  of  the  moll  remarkable 
wonders  of  antiquity.     London,  1748. 

598  Ker's  memoirs;  containing  his  fecret  tranfactions  and  ne* 
gociations  in  Scotland,  England,  Vienna,  Hanover,  and 
other  foreign  parts;  with  an  account  of  the  rife  and  pro- 
grefs  of  the  Oftend  company,  in  the  Auftrian  Nether- 
lands.    Published  by  himfelf.     London,  1726. 

605  Colliber's  critical  hiftory  of  the  Englifh  fea  affairs.  Lon- 
don, 1727. 

62 1 1  De  Parthenay's  hiftory  of  Poland,  under  Auguftus  the 

&  V      fecond;    with  the  important  tranfactions   of  his  life. 

806  J      Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  John  Stacie.    London, 

J734- 

622  Ducerceau's  hiftory  of  the  late  revolutions  in  Perfia;  taken 
from  the  memoirs  of  father  Krufmfky.  Tranflated  from 
the  French.     Second  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1733. 

623!  Buchanan's  hiftory  of  Scotland;  from  Fergus  the  found- 
&    >      er  of  the  Scottiih  monarchy,  to  the  reign  of  James  die 
805  j      fixth  of  Scotland  ami  flrft  of  England;  with  plates. 
Third  edition.    2  vols.  London,  1733. 

626  Alderfeld's  military  hiftory  of  Charles  th£  twelfth,  king  of 
Sweden;  with  an  account  of  the  battle  of  Pultowa,  &c. 
3  vols.     London,  1740. 

635  Baretti's  Italian  library;  containing  an  account  of  the 
lives  and  works  of  the  moft  valuable  authors  of  Italy; 
with  a  preface  exhibiting  the  changes  of  the  Tufcan  lan- 
guage, from  the  barbarous  ages  to  the  prefent  time. 
London,  1757. 

636"!  The  hiftory  of  the  Ruffian  empire,  from  its  foundation 
&    >      to  the  death  of  the  emprefs  Catharine,  confort  and 
722  J       fucceftbr  of  Peter  the  Great;  with  the  lives  and  exploits 
of  thole  two  perlbnages.     2  vols.     London,  1757. 

63  S  Heifs's  hiftory  of  the  empire,  from  the  time  of  Charle- 
magne, to  the  prefent  emperor  Charles  the  fixth,  being 
an  appendix  to  the  hiftory  of  the  Roman  empire.  2 
vols.     London,  1730. 

642  Armftrong's  hiftory  of  the  ifland  of  Minorca.  London, 
1751. 

644 


46  Civil  Hiftory.     O&avo. 

64^  Prior's  hiilory  of  his  own  time.  Compiled  from  his  ma- 
nufcripts,  by  J.  Banks.     London,  1740. 

649  Hookers  negociations  in  Scotland,  in  favor  of  the  Pre- 
tender, in  1707,  including  the  original  letters  and 
papers  that  paffed  between  the  Scotch  and  Irifh  lords, 
and  the  court  of  Verfailles  and  St.  Germaines.  Written 
by  himfelf.  With  a  narrative  of  the  Pretender's  expe- 
dition into  Scotland  in  1708.     London,  1760. 

651  Oforio's  hiilory  of  the  Portuguefe,  during  the  reign  of 
Emanuel;  containing  all  their  difcoveries,  from  the 
coaft  of  Africk  to  the  farther!  part  of  China;  including 
alfo  their  difcovery  of  the  Brazil's,  and  their  wars  with 
the  Moors.  Translated  from  the  Latin,  by  James.  Gibbs. 
2  vols.     London,  1752. 

654  Udal  ap  Rhys's  account  of  the  mod  remarkable  places 
and  curiofities  in  Spain  and  Portugal.     London,  1749. 

657  Watton's  hiftory  of  Rome,  from  the  death  of  Antoninus 
Pius,  to  the  death  of  Severus  Alexander.  London, 
1701. 

'658  Freinfheim's  tranilation  of  the  Roman  hiftory  by  Titus 
Livius ;  with  a  fivpplement,  and  geographical  and  chrono- 
logical notes,  by  the  tranflator.    6  vols.    London,  1744. 

672  Memoirs  of  the  life  and  writings  of  William  Whifton,  con- 
taining alfo  memoirs  of  feveral  of  his  friends.  Written 
by  himfelf.     London,  1749. 

675  Collection  of  teftimonies  concerning  feveral  minifters  of 
the  gofpel  amongft  the  people  called  Quakers,  decealed ; 
with  fome  of  their  lail  expreffions  and  exhortations. 
London,  176c. 

678!  Hutchinfon's  hiftory  of  the  colony  of  MafTachufetts-Bay, 

&    V-      from  the  firil  fettlement  thereof  in  1628,  until  the  year 

1502  J       1750.    2  vols.    Boflon,  1767.    3  vols.    London,  1765. 

679  The  works  of  Tacitus;  with  political  difcourfes  upon  that 

author,  by  Thomas  Gordon.     Second  edition.     4  vols. 
London,  1737. 

680  Smith's  ancient  and  prefent  ftate  of  the  county  of  Kerry; 

being   a  natural,    civil,    ecclefiaftical,    hiftorical,    and 
topographical  defcriptionfthereof.     Dublin,  1756. 

681  Attempts  for  difcovering  the  times  of  the  firft  planting  of 

nations.     By  R.  Cumberland,  bifhop  of  Peterborough. 
London,  1724. 

684 


Civil  Hiftory.     Octavo.  47 

684  Salmon's  chronological  hiftorian;  containing  an  account  of 
all  the  material  tranfaftions  relating  to  the -Englifh  af- 
fairs, from  the  invafion  of  the  Romans,  to  the  four* 
teenth  year  of  George  the  fecond.  Third  edition.  2 
vols.     London,  1747. 

686  Crevier's  hiftory  of  the  Roman  emperors,  from  Auguftus 
to  Conftantine.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  John 
Mills.     5  vols.     London,  1755. 

690  Walch's  hiftory  of  the  popes,  from  the  foundation  of  the 
fee  of  Rome,   to  the  prefent  time.     London,  1759. 

692  An  account  of  the  Spaniih  fettlements  in  America;  con- 
taining alfo  an  account  of  the  difcovery  of  America,  by 
Chriftopher  Columbus.     Edinburgh,  1762. 

695  Molyneux's  conjunct  expedition;  or  expeditions  that  have 

been  carried  on  jointly  by  the  fleet  and  army;   with  a 
commentary  on  a  littoral  war.     London,  1759. 

696  Hamilton's  account  of  the  Eaft  Indies,    and  the  iflands 

lying  between  the  cape  of  Good  Kope  and  the  ifland  of 
Japan.     2  vols.     London,  1744. 

700  An  hiftorical  regifter;  containing  an  impartial  relation  of 
all  tranfactions,  foreign  and  domeftic,  from  the  year 
1717,   to  1729,  inclufive.     11  vols. 

702  Salmon's  impartial  examination  of  bifhop  Burnet's  hiftory 
of  his  own  time;  containing  an  abridgment  of  that  hif- 
tory; with  a  fuller  account  of  many  confiderable  trans- 
actions in  the  reigns  of  Charles  the  fecond  and  James 
the  fecond,  than  has  hitherto  been  publifhed.  2  vols. 
London,  1724. 

7<,     (The  life  of  Richard  Nafh,  late  mafter  of  the  ceremonies 
f    f      at  Bath.     Second  edition.     London,  1762. 

719  The  life  of  Frederick  William,   the  firft  king  of  Pruflia. 

Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  William  Phelips.    Lon- 
don, 1750. 

720  Dobfon's  chronological  annals  of  the  war,  from  its  begin- 

ning to  the  prefent  time.     Oxford,  1703. 

726  Douglafs's  fummary,  Hiftorical  and  political,  of  the  firft 
planting,  progreftlve  improvements,  and  prefent  ftate 
of  the  Britifh  fettlements  in  North  America.  2  vols. 
London,  1760. 

73o 


48  Civil  Hi/lory*     O&avo. 

730  The  life  and  actions  of  Frederick  the  third,  king  of  Pruf- 

iia;  containing  alio  the  origin  of  the  houfe  of  Branden- 
burgh,  with  the  lives  of  the  electors  of  that  family. 
London,  1759. 

73 1  Lewis's  hiftory  of  the  Parthian  empire,  from  the  founda- 

tion of  that  monarchy  by  Arfaces,  to  its  final  overthrow 
by  Artaxerxes  the  Perfian.     London,  1728. 

732  De  Fontaines'  hiftory  of  the  revolutions  of  Poland,  from 

the  foundation  of  that  monarchy,  to  the  death  of 
Auguftus  the  fecond.  Translated  from  the  French. 
London,  1736. 

740  The  annals  01  Europe,  for  the  years  1739,  1740,  1741, 
and  1 742 ;  containing  all  the  remarkable  occurrences 
which  happened  in  each  year.     5  vols. 

f  742  Chalkley's  works ;  with  a  journal  of  his  life,  travels  and 
Chriftian  experiences.  Written  by  himfelf.  London, 
1751. 

754  Robfon's  account  of  fix  years  refidence  in  Hudfon's-Bay, 

from  1733  to  1736,  and  174410  1747;  with  draughts. 
London,  1752. 

755  Chalon's  hiftory  of  France,  from  the  eftabliihment  of  that. 

monarchy,  under  Pharamond,  to  the  death  of  Lewis 
the  thirteenth.     2  vols.     London,  1752. 

■f  756  De  Piles'  lives  and  characters  of  above  three  hundred  of 
the  moft  eminent  painters;  with  his  art  of  painting. 
Tranilated  from  the  French.  Second  edition.  London, 
1746. 

759  Swift's  hiftory  of  the  four  laft:  years  of  queen  Anne. 
London,  1758. 

765  Du  Pin's  univerfal  library  of  hiftorians;  containing  an 
account  of  their  lives,  the  abridgement,  &c.  of  their 
hiftories;  with  critical  obfervations  on  their  ftile  and 
character,  and  a  catalogue  of  the  feveral  editions  of 
their  works.  Tranflated  from  the  French.  2  vols. 
London,  1709. 

f  771  Hollwell's  interefting  and  hiftorical  events  relative  to  the 
provinces  of  Bengal,  $nd  the  empire  of  Indoftan. 
Alfo  the  mythology,  feftivals,  &c.  of  the  Gentoos, 
Second  edition.     London,  1766. 

777  Birch's  life  of  Henry,  prince  of  Wales,  fon  of  James  the 
firft.     London,  1760. 

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Civil  Hiftory.     O&avo.  49 

778  Memoirs  of  the  bafhaw  count  Bonneval,  from  his  birth  to 
his  death;  containing  alfo  the  fecret  hiftory  of  Europe 
for  the  bed  part  of  the  current  century.  Written  by 
himfelf.     London,  1750. 

786  Potter's  antiquities  of  Greece.     2  vols.     Oxford,  1699. 

789  The  life  of  Sir  Thomas  More.     Written  by  his  grandfon 

Thomas  More.     London,  1726. 

790  Stanyan's  Grecian  hiftory;   from  the  origin  of  Greece  to 

the  end  of  the  Peloponnefian  war;  containing  the  fpace 
of  about  1684  years.  Second  edition.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1739. 

793  Puffendorf's  complete  hiftory  of  Sweden,  from  its  origin 
to  this  time.     London,  1702. 

*  798 — 7  The  letters  and  meffages,  in  French  and  Englifh,  that 

paffed  between  the  king,  queen,  prince  and  princefs 
of  Wales,  on  the  birth  of  the  young  princefs.  Lon- 
don, 1737. 

*  799 — 2  The  civil  and  natural  hiftory,  with  a  geographical  de- 

fcription,  of  Tobago.     London. 

— 3  An  hiftorical  account  of  the  difcovery  of  the  ifland  of 
Madeira.     London,  1750. 

800  Arrian's  hiftory  of  Alexander's  expedition.  Translated 
from  the  Greek,  with  notes,  by  Mr.  Rooke.  With  Le 
Clerc's  criticifm  upon  Quintus  Curtius,  &c.  2  vols. 
London,  1729. 

*  801 — 1  An  account  of  Conferences  held,  and  treaties  made, 

between  Sir  William  Johnfon  and  the  chiefs  of  feve- 
ral  indian  nations,  with  a  letter  from  the  reverend 
Mr.  Havvley,  and  an  appendix  relative  to  the  fame 
fubjects.     London,  1756. 

— 7  Bower's  motives  for  leaving  his  office  of  fecretary  to 
the  court  of  Inquihtion.     Belfaft,  1 750. 

802  Breval's  hiftory  of  the  houfe  of  Naflau,  from  its  origin 
to  the  prefent  time ;  with  an  account  of  the  houfes  of 
Baux  and  Chalons.     London,  1734. 

812  Clarendon's  hiftory  of  the  rebellion  and  civil  wars  of  Ire- 
land;   with  a  ftate  of  that  kingdom  before  the  year 

1640.     London,  1720. 

817  Harris's  hiftorical  and  critical  account  of  the  life  and 
writings  of  Charles  the  firft,  king  of  Great  Britain. 
London,  1758. 

826  Voltaire's  philcfophy  of  hiftory.    London,  1766. 

O  837 


£q  Civil  Hi/lory.     O&avo. 

837  The  hiflory  of  Italy,  from  the  year  1490,  to  155".     Writ- 

ten in  Italian,  by  Francefco  Guiccardini.  Tranflated 
into  Englifh  by  Auiiin  Parke  Goddard.  Second  edition. 
10  vols.     London,  1755. 

838  The  true  interefl  and  political  maxims  of  the  republic  of 

Holland,  by  John  De  Wit;  with  hitlorical  memoirs  of 
Cornelius  and  John  De  Wit,  by  John  Campbell.  Lon- 
don, 1746. 

841  Holberg's  introduction  to  univerfal  hiflory.      Tranflated 

from  the  Latin,  with  hiflorical,  chronological  and  cri- 
tical notes,  by  George  Sharpe.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1758. 

842  Biggs*  military  hiflory  of  Europe,    &c.  fmce  the  com- 

mencement of  the  war  with  Spain.  Limerick,  1749. 
Gift  of  Evan  Morgan, 

847  The  life  of  Robert,  earl  of  Leicefter,  the  favourite  of 
queen  Elizabeth;  drawn  from  original  writers  and  re- 
cords.    London,  1727. 

849  Serviez's  lives  and  amours  of  the  emprefTes,  conforts  to 
the  firft  twelve  Caefars  of  Rome;  containing  all  the  paf- 
fages  of  note  in  the  Roman  hiflory,  with  notes.  Tranf- 
lated by  George  James.     London,  1723. 

852  Birch's  life  of  Dr.  John  Tillotfon,  archbifliop  of  Canter- 
bury.    London,  1752. 

859  The  life  of  Thomas  Ellwcod;  written  by  himfelf.  Se- 
cond edition.     London,  17 14.      Gift  of  HuJfon  Emkn. 

863  Burton's  account  of   the  life  and  writings   of   Herman 

Boerhaave.     Second  edition.     London,  1 746. 

864  An  hiflorical  account  of  the  life  and  reign  of  David,  king 

of  Ifrael ;  with  various  difquifitions,  &c.  Third  edition. 
2  vols.     London,  1  745. 

866  Fleetwood's  chronicon  preciofiim;  or  art  account  of  En- 
glifh money,  the  price  of  corn  and  other  commodities, 
and  of  flipends,  falaries,  portions,  day-labour,  &c.  in 
England  for  fix  hundred  years  pall.     London,  1745. 

f  867!  D'Acier's  life  of  the  emperor  Marcus  Antoninus,  and  an 
&    >      account  of   his   converfalion   with  himfelf;    with  the 

t  943  J  preliminary  difcourfe  of  Gataker  and  the  mythologi- 
cal picture  of  Cebes,  the  Theban,  Sec.  Tranflated  by 
Jeremy  Collier.  Second  edition.  London,  1708. 
N°*  943  was  tranflated  by  Marie  Cafavbon.  Fifth  edi- 
tion.    London,  1692. 

874 


Civil  Hi/lory.     Oftavo.  51 

874  Hauteville's  account  of  Poland;  containing  a  geographi- 
cal defcription  of  the  country,  the  manners  of  the 
inhabitants,  the  wars  they  have  been  engaged  in,  and 
the  conftitution,  &c.  of  that  government;  with  a  brief 
hiftory  of  the  Tartars.     London,  1698. 

877  The  conftitution  and  government  of  the  Germanic  body; 

fhowing  how  this  ftate  fubfifted  for  three  hundred  years 
pail  under  the  emperors  of  the  houfe  of  Auftria.  Lon- 
don, 1745. 

878  Stevens's  hiftory  of  Spain;   containing  an  account  of  the 

race  of  its  kings,  from  the  firft  peopling  of  that  country. 
London,  1701. 

880  The  life  of  William  the  third,  late  king  of  England,  &c. 
containing  alfo  an  account  of  his  family.  London, 
1703. 

884  Gilpin's  life  of  Hugh  Latimer,  bifhop  of  Worcefter. 
London,  1755. 

*  891 — 5  An  enquiry  into  the  reign  of  queen  Elizabeth,   fo  far 

as  relates  to  Mary  queen  of  Scots.     London. 

— 6  Memoirs  of  the  houfe  of  Brandenburg.  London, 
1748. 

892  The  French  Spy;  or  the  memoirs  of  John  Baptiit  de  la 
Fontaine;  containing  many  fecrer.  tranfadions  relating 
both  to  England  and  France.  Tranilated  from  the 
French.  London,  1700. 

902  Anderfon's  hiftory  of  the  rebellion  in  1745  and  1746;  with 
the  manifeftoes  of  the  Pretender  and  his  fon.  Third 
edition.     London,  1752. 

906  An  account  of  Livonia;  with  a  relation  of  the  rife,  pro- 
grefs,  and  decay  of  the  Marian  Teutonic  order;  and 
an  account  of  the  dukedoms  of  Courland,  Semigalia, 
and  the  province  of  Pilten;  alfo  an  account  of  the  au- 
thor's journey  from  Livonia  to  Holland  in  1698.  Lon- 
don, 1 701. 

*  911 — 1    Frafer's  hiftory  of  Nadir  Shah,   the  prefent  emperor 

of  Perfia;  with  a  hiftory  of  the  Moghol  emperors, 
and  a  catalogue  of  above  two  hundred  manufcripts 
in  the  oriental  languages.  Second  edition.  London, 
1742. 

— 2  The  hiftory  of  Nadir-cha  prefent  emperor  of  Perfia; 
with  an  account  of  his  conqueft  of  the  Mogul's 
country,  &c.  Tranilated  from  the  Perfian.  London, 
1741. 

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912  The  lives,  opinions,  and  remarkable  fayings  of  the  moll: 
ancient  philosophers,  by  Diogenes  Laertius.  Tranflat- 
ed  from  the  Greek  by  feveral  hands.     London,  1688. 

918  The  life  of  Oliver  Cromwell;  collecled  from  the  heft  his- 
torians and  feveral  original  manufcripts.  Third  edition. 
London,  1731-      Gift  of  Robert  Grcennvay. 

928  Maimbourg's  hiftory  cf  the  league.  Tranflated  by  Mr. 
Dryden.     London,  1684.     Gift  of  If aac  Williams, 

*  930 — 2  D'Hofpital's  memoirs  concerning  Herculaneum;  with 

notes,  by  William  Fordyce,  and  an  extracl  from 
Xiphilinus's  epitome  of  Dion,  and  the  letters  of 
Pliny  the  younger;  giving  an  account  of  the  ovei- 
throw  of  that  city.     London,  1750. 

*  932 — 2   Romans  hiftcriae  anthologia  recognita  et  ucla;  being 

an  Englilh  expoiition  of  the  Roman  antiquities. 
London,  1648. 

— 3  Archarologia  Attics;  or  a  treatife  on  ancient  rites  and 
cuftoms.     1637. 

941  Burnet's  pafTages  of  the  life  and  death  of  John,  earl  of 

Rochester.     London,  1680. 

942  Milton's  hiftory  of  Britain,  from  the  firft  traditional  be- 

ginning to  the  Norman  conqueft.     London,  1677. 

947  Smith's  remarks  upon  the  manners,  religion  and  govern- 

ment  of  the  Turks ;  with  a  furvey  of  the  feven  churches 
of  Afia,  as  they  now  lie  in  their  ruins,  and  a  brief  de- 
fcription  of  Conftantinople.     London,  1678. 

948  Tailfer's  hiftorical  narrative  of  the  colony  of  Georgia  in 

America,  from  the  firft  fettlement  thereof.  Charkltown, 
1 741.      Gift  of  Ifaiah  Warner. 

*  951 — 1  A  relation  or*  the  difcovery  of  New  England,  and  of 
fvndry  accidents  therein  occvrring,  from  the  yeere 
1607,  to  1622.     London,  1622. 

— 2  Good  nevves  from  New  England;  or  a  relation  of 
things  remarkable  at  Plimouth.     London,  1624. 

— 3  A  journal  of  the  proceedings  of  the  English  plantation 
at  Plimouth.     London,  1622. 

1 — 4  Smith's  New  England's  trials ;  containing  an  account 
of  the  prefent  ftate  of  that  plantation,  &c.  Second 
edition.     London,  1622. 

—5  Lechford's  view  of  New  England's  prefent  govern- 
ment, &c.     London,  1642. 

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Civil  Hiftory.     Octavo.  53 

—7  New  England's  firft  fruits,  in  refpect  to  the  converfio.n 
of  the  indians;  the  progrefs  of  learning,  &c.  Lon- 
don, 1643. 

f  958  A  civil  and  natural  hiftory  of  California;  with  an  accurate 
defcription  of  that  country.     2  vols.     London,  1759. 

961  Rennet's  Romos  an ti quae  notitia;  or  the  antiquities  of 
Rome;  with  two  eilays  concerning  Roman  learning,  &c. 
Twelfth  edition.     London,  1754. 

964  An  account  of  the  manners  and  cuftoms  of  the  Romans. 

Tranflated  from  the  French.     London,  1740. 

965  Sanchoniatho's  Phcenecian  hiftory.     Tranflated  from  the 

firft  book  of  Eufebius  de  Pneparatione  evangelica;  with 
a  continuation  of  Sanchoniatho's  hiftory,  by  Eratof- 
thenes  Cyrenaeus's  canon,  which  Dicaearchtis  connects 
with  the  firft  Olympiad,  by  R.  Cumberland,  bifhop  of 
Peterborough.  With  a  preface,  giving  an  account  of 
the  life  and  writings  of  the  author,  by  S.  Payne.  Lon- 
don, 1720. 

972  Orrery's  remarks  on  the  life  and  writings  of  Dr.  Jonathan 
Swift. 

978  Hooke's  Roman  hiftory,  from  the  building  of  Rome,  to 
the  ruin  of  the  commonwealth.     6  vols.    Dublin,  1767. 

9*  /  Robertfon's  hiftory  of  the  reign  of  Charles  the  fifth,  em* 
0861      Peror  °f  Germany.     3  vols.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

j 001  Raymond's  hiftory  of  Guftavus  Ericfon,  king  of  Sweden; 
with  an  introductory  hiftory  of  Sweden,  from  the  mid- 
dle of  the  twelfth  century.     London,  1761. 

1006  Memoirs  of  lieutenant  Henry  Timberlake,  who  accom- 
panied the  three  Cherokee  indians  to  England,  in  the 
year  1762. 

*  101 1 — 1  A  defcription  of  the  firft  difcoveries  of  the  ancient  city 
of  Heraclea,  &c.  Tranflated  from  the  Italian,  by 
Wickes  Scurray. 

— 2  Scrafton's  reflections  on  the  government  of  Indoftan^ 
with  a  fhort  fketch  of  the  hiftory  of  Bengal,  and 
an  account  of  the  Engltih  affairs  in  1758.    I«ondon, 

1770. 

1017  Boulainvilliers'  life  of  Mahomet.  Tranflated  from  the 
French.     London,  1731. 

1026  Xenophon's  memoirs  of  Socrates;  with  the  defence  of  So- 
crates before  his  judges.  Tranflated  from  the  Greek, 
by  Sarah  Fielding.     Second  edition.     London,  1767. 

1029 


54  Civil  Rife  or y.     Octavo. 

1029  Mallet's  northern  antiquities;  or  a  defcription  of  the  man- 
ners, cuftoms,  religion  and  laws  of  the  ancient  Danes, 
and  other  northern  nations.      2  vols.     London,  1770. 

103 1  Harris's  hiftory  and  antiquities  of  the  city  of  Dublin,  from 

the  earlieft  accounts;  with  plans  of  that  city.     London, 
1766. 

1032  Ockley's  hiftory  of  the  Saracens,  &c.  with  an  account  of 

their  battles  and  fieges.     2  vols.     Cambridge,  1757. 

1033")  Wynne's  hiftory  of  the  Britiih  empire  in  America;   con- 
&     >      taining  an  historical,   political  and  commercial  view  of 
!  760  J      the  Englifh  fettlements  in  North  America  and  the  Weft 
Indies.     2  vols.     London,  1770. 

1035  The  hiftory  of  the  reign  of  George  the  third,  from  his 
acceflion  to  the  throne,  to  May,  1770;  with  a  review 
of  the  late  war.     London,  1770. 

•{•  IO47   See  pa*ge  3,  (Ecclefiafiical  H'iflory.) 

1048  Jennings's  Jewifh  antiquities;  or  a  courfe  of  lectures  on 
the  three  firft  books  of  Godwin's  Mofes  and  Aaron,  &c. 
2  vols.    London,  1766. 

*  1065 — 1  Morton's  New  England  memorial.     Newport,  1772. 

— 2  Church's  hiftory  of  the  wars  of  king  Philip,  the  great 
Mount  Hope  indian  fachem.  Second  edition.  New- 
port, I  772.      This  volume  is  the  gift  of  jojiah  Heiues. 

1070  Velly's  hiftory  of  France,  from  the  foundation  of  the 
monarchy,  to  the  reign  of  Lewis  the  fourteenth.  Tranf- 
lated  from  the  French,  by  Thomas  Nugent.  London, 
1769. 

1072  A  narrative  of  the  oppreflions  of  the  iflanders  of  Jerfey; 

with  a  hiftory   of   the   military   actions,    conftitutions, 
laws,  &c.     2  vols.     London,  1 77 1. 

1073  Plutarch's  lives.      Tranflated  from  the  Greek,    by  John 

and  William  Langhorne.     6  vols.     London,  1770. 

1077  Le  Beau's  hiftory  of  the  Lower  Empire,  from  Conftantine 
the   Great.      Tranflated  from   the   French.      London, 

1770. 

1087  The  lives  of  John  Leland,  Thomas  Hearne  and  Anthony 
a  Wood,  eminent  antiquaries;  with  an  account  of  their 
writings.  From  original  papers.  2  vols.  Oxford, 
1772. 

1094  Rowe's  lives  of  feveral  ancient  and  illuftrious  men,  omit- 
ted by  Plutarch,  faithfully  extracted  from  the  Greek  and 
Latin  hiftorians.     London,  1728. 

1096 


Civil  Hiftory.     O&avo.  55 

*  1096  The  lives  of  the  ancient  philofophers ;   containing  an  ac- 

count of  their  feveral  feds,  doctrines,   adions  and  re- 
markable fayings ;  with  cuts.     London,  1702. 

1099  Leland's  hiftory  of  Ireland,  from  the  invafion  of  Henry 
the  fecond ;  with  a  difcourfe  on  the  ancient  (late  of  that 
kingdom.     Third  edition.     3  vols.     Dublin,  1774. 

*  1IC8 2  Letters  on  chivalry  and  romance.      Second  edition. 

London,  1762. 
1 1 1 1  An  authentic  narrative  of  the  Ruffian  expedition  againft 
the  Turks,  by  fea  and  land.     London,  1772. 

1 126  The  life  of  the  earl  of  Chefterfield;  including  his  fpeeches 
in  parliament.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

1 129  Mnnfter's  narrative  of  the  converfion  and  death  of  count 
Struenfee;  with  a  hiftory  of  count  Brandt,  from  the 
time  of  his  imprifonment  to  his  death.  Tranllated  from 
the  German.     London,  1773. 

1 142  Echard's  Roman  hiftory,  from  the  building  of  the  city, 
to  the  perfect  fettlement  of  the  empire,  by  Auguftus 
Csfar;  containing  the  fpace  of  2202  years.  Ninth  edjp 
tion.     5  vols.     London,  1724. 

*  n^o — 8  A  narrative  of  Oliver  Cromwell's  compact  with  the 

devil  for  feven  years.      Second  edition.     London, 
1720. 

1170  Raynal's  philofophical  and  political  hiftory  of  the  fettle- 
ments  and  trade  of  the  Europeans  in  the  Eaft  and  Weft 
Indies;  with  maps.  Translated  from  the  French,  by 
J.  Juftamond.     Third  edition.     5  vols.     London,  1777. 

1 173  Millot's  elements  of  general  hiftory.  Tranllated  from 
the  French.     2  vols.     London,  1778. 

f  1 1 75  A  collection  of  all  the  treaties  of  peace,  alliance  and  com- 
merce, between  Great  Britain  and  other  powers,  from 
the  revolution  in  1688,  to  the  prefent  time.  2  vols. 
London,  1782. 

1 176")  Sheridan's  hiftory  of  the  late  revolution  in  Sweden,   pre- 
&     >      ceded  by  a  ihort  abftraft  of  the  Swedifh  hiftory.    Lon- 
13 12  J       don,  1778. 

f  1 179  The  parliamentary  regifter;  or  a  hiftory  of  the  proceed- 
ings and  debates  of  the  houie  of  commons,  from 
November,  1774,  to  Auguft  2,  1785.    18  vols.  London. 

1 1 80  Juftamond's  tranflation  of  the  private  life  of  Lewis  the 
fifteenth,  in  which  are  contained  the  principal  events, 
remarkable  occurrences,   and  anecdotes  oi  his  reign.    4 

vols.     London,  1781. 

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1 183  Noorthouck's  hiftorical  and  claffical  dictionary;  containing 
- ;  .  the  lives  and  characters  of  the  moft  eminent  and  learned 

■  peribns  in  every  age  and  nation.      2  vols.     London, 
1776. 

-  1 184  Dobfon's  life  of  Petrarch.  Collected  from  "  Memoires 
pour  la  vie  Petrarch."  Second  edition.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1776. 

1 187  Biographical  anecdotes  of  William  Hogarth;  with  a  ca- 
talogue of  his  works,  and  occafionai  remarks.  Second 
edition.     London,  1782. 

1 1 93  An  hiftorical  account  of  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  the  colo- 

nies of  South  Carolina  and  Georgia.      2  vols.      Lon- 
don, 1779. 

1 1 94  The  hiftory  of  the  reign  of  George  the  third,  from  his 

acceffion  to  the   throne,    to  the  year    1780.      2  vols. 
London,  1782  and  1783. 

*200  The  treatile  of  Tacitus  on  the  fituation,  manners,  and 
inhabitants  of  Germany;  and  the  life  of  Agricola. 
Tranilated  into  Englilh,  by  John  Aikin.  With  not«;, 
and  a  map  of  ancient  Germany.     Warrington,  1777. 

1 20 1  Gibbon's  memoirs  of  the  reverend  Ifaac  Watts.  Lon- 
don, 1780. 

•j-  1 2 1 1  Aiken's  biographical  memoirs  of  medicine  in  Great  Bri- 
tain, from  the  revival  of  literature,  to  the  time  of  Har- 
vey.    London,  1780. 

1224  Wraxall's  memoirs  of  the  kings  of  France  of  the  race  of 
Valois,  from  the  year  136410  1574;  with  a  tour  through 
the  weftern,  fouthern,  and  interior  provinces  of  France. 
2  vols.     London,  1777. 

*  £233 — 1  Lettfom's  account  of  Doctor  John  Fothergill.   London, 

1783. 

— 2  Thompfon's  memoirs  of  the  life  of  Doctor  John  Fo- 
thergill.    London,  1782. 

*  1234 — 1   Hiftorical  memoirs  of  the  author  of  the  Heririade; 

with  ibme  original  pieces,  and  genuine  letters  of  Mr. 
de  Voltaire.    Tranilated  from  the  French.    London, 

1777- 
— 2  The  panegyric  of  Voltaire.    Written  by  the   king  of 
Pruiiia.     London,  1779. 

■ — 3  An  account  of  the  life  of  George  Berkely,  late  bifliop 
of  Cloynej   with  notes.     London,  1 776. 

1247 


Civil  Hiftory.     O&avo.  S7 

1247  The  remembrancer;    or   impartial  repofitory   of   public 

events,  from  the  year  1775,  to  the  middle  of  1782.    13 
vols.     London. 

1248  Prior  documents;  being  a  collection  of  authentic  papers 

relative  to  the  difpute  between  Great  Britain  and  Ame- 
rica, from   1764,  to  1775. 

1253  Mercurius  Rufticus;  or  the  countrie's  complaint  of  the 
barbarous  outrages  committed  by  the  fectaries  of  this 
late  flourifhing  kingdom;  with  a  chronology  of  the 
battles,  fieges,  conflicts,  and  other  remarkable  paf- 
fages,  from  the  beginning  of  this  unnatural  war,  to  the 
twenty-fifth  of  March,   1646.     London,  1685. 

1260I  Young's  fpirit  of  Athens;    being  a  political  and  philofo- 
&     >     phical  investigation  of  the  hiftory  of  that  republic. 
1614J      London,  1777. 

•)•  1262  The  hiftory  of  the  revolt  of  All  Bey  againft  the  Ottoman 
porte;  including  an  account  of  the  form  of  government 
of  Egypt,    with  a  defcription   of   Grand  Cairo,   &c. 

London,   1783. 

1265  Crawford's  hiftory  of  Ireland,  from  the  earlieft  period,  to 
the  prefent  time.     2  vols.     Strabane,  1783. 

1286  The  hiftory  of  modern  Europe;  with  an  account  of  the 
decline  and  fall  of  the  Roman  empire,  and  a  view  of 
the  progrefs  of  fociety,  from  the  fifth  to  the  eighteenth 
century.     Second  edition.     4  vols.    London,  1782. 

1297!  Habefci's  prefent  ftate  of  the  Ottoman  empire;   contain- 

&     >      ing  an  account  of  the  religion,  government,  &c.  of  the 

1 39 1  3      Turks.    Tranflated  from  the  French.    London,  1784. 

1298  Obfervations  on  the  prefent  ftate  of  Denmark,  Ruflja  and 
Switzerland.      London,  1784. 

13 13  Garden's  hiftory  of  Henry  the  third,  (laft  of  the  houfe  of 
Valois)  king  of  France.    London,  1783. 

'  1323 — 2  Towers's  obfervations  on  Mr.  Hume's  hiftory  of  En- 
gland.    London,  1778. 

— 3  EfTays  on  the  origin  of  printing.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1776. 

1327  Dodington's  diary,  from  March  8,  1749,  to  February  6", 
1761;  with  an  appendix,  containing  fome  interesting 
papers  which  are  referred  to  in  the  diary.  Salisbury, 
1784. 

H  1328 


j  3  Civil  Hiftory.     O&avo. 

1328  D'lvernois'  hiftory  and  political  view  of  the  conflitution 
and  revolutions  of  Geneva,  in  the  eighteenth  century. 
Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  John  Farell.  London, 
1784. 

f  1340  An  account  of  the  ancient  divifion  of  the  Englifh  nation 
into  hundreds  and  tithings,  by  Granville  Sharp.  Lon- 
don, 1784.      Gift  of  the  author. 

1357  Wilfon's  archaeological  dictionary;  or  claffical  antiquities 
of  the  Jews,  Greeks  and  Romans.    London,  1783. 

f  1359  The  felect  works  of  the  emperor  Julian,  and  fome  pieces 
of  the  fophift  Libanius.  Tranflated  from  the  Greek; 
with  notes  from  Petau,  La  Bleterie,  Gibbon,  &c.  And 
the  hiftory  of  the  emperor  Jovian,  from  the  French  of 
the  abbe  De  la  Bleterie,  by  John  Duncombe.  2  vols. 
London,  1784. 

1379  Sulivan's  analyfis  of  the  political  hiftory  of  India;  in  which 

is  confidered  the  prefent  fituation  of  the  Eaft,  and  the 
connection  of  its  feveral  powers  with  Great  Britain. 
Second  edition.     London,  1784. 

1380  Sulivan's  philofophical  rhapfodies;    containing  reflections 

on  the  laws,  manners,   cuftoms,   and  religions  of  cer- 
•    -  tain  Afiatic,   Afric,    and  European  nations.      3   vols. 

London,  1784. 

1382  The  hiftory  of  the  reign  of   George   the  third,  from  the 

year  1770  to  1780.     London,  1782. 

1383  De  Tott's  memoirs ;  containing  the  ftate  of  the  Turkifti 

empire  and  the  Crimea,  during  the  late  war  with  RufHa; 
with  numerous  anecdotes,  &c.  of  the  manners  and  cuf- 
toms of  the  Turks  and  Tartars.  Tranflated  from  the 
French.     2  vols.     London,  1785. 

1385  St.  Palaye's  memoirs  of  ancient  chivalry;  with  anecdotes 
of  the  times.     Tranflated  from  the  French.     London, 

1784- 
1 387  Eflays  on  the  origin  of  printing.     Second  edition.     Lon- 
.  don,  1776. 

*  1388 — 2  Oakes's  narrative  of  the  treatment  of  the  Englifh  who 
were  taken  prifoners  on  the  reduction  of  Begnore,  by 
Tippoo  Saib;  with  an  appendix  relative  to  the  conduct 
of  the  Britifh  forces  there,  by  John  C.  Sheen.  Lon- 
don, 1785. 

1392  Saint-Pelaie's  literary  hiftory  of  the  Troubadours ;  con- 
taining their  lives,  &c.  and  many  particulars  relative  to 
the  cuftoms,  morals  and  hiftory  of  the  twelfth  and  thir- 
teenth centuries.     London,  1779. 

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1 395  Ramfay's  hiftory  of  the  revolution  of  South  Carolina,  from 
a  Britifh  province  to  an  independent  ftate.  2  vols. 
Trenton,  1785. 

2403  Andrews'  hiftory  of  the  war  with  America,  France,  Spain 
and  Holland,  commencing  in  1775;  with  plates,  maps 
and  charts.     4  vols.     London,  1786. 

1404  A  biographical  dictionary;  containing  an  account  of  the 
lives  and  writings  of  the  moft  eminent  perfons  in  every 
nation,  particularly  the  Britifh  and  Iriuh,  from  the  ear- 
lieft  accounts  to  the  prefent  time.  12  vols.  London, 
1784. 

2405  Smoilet's  hiftory  cf  England,  from  the  revolution  to  the 
death  of  George  the  fecond.  (Defigned  as  a  continua- 
tion of  Hume's  hiftory.)     5  vols.    London,  1785. 

1407  The  works  cf  bifhop  Wilfon;  with  his  life,  and  his  hiftory 
of  the  ifle  of  Man.  Compiled  by  C.  Crutwell.  Third 
edition.     4  vols.     Bath,  1784. 

141  o  Noble's  memoirs  of  the  protectorate-houfe  of  Cromwell; 
with  plates.     2  vols.     Birmingham,  1784. 

2421  Wraxall's  memoirs  of  the  kings  of  France  of  the  race  of 
Valois,  from  the  year  1364,  to  1574.  Second  edition. 
2  vols.     London,  1785. 

1448  Shaw's  (ketches  of  the  hiftory  of  the  Auftrian  Netherlands; 
with  remarks  on  the  conftitution,  commerce,  arts,  &c. 
of  thefe  provinces.     London,  1786. 

1455  Memoirs  of  Doctor  John  Fothergill,  Doctor  William  Cum- 

ing, Doctor  George  Cleghorn,  Doctor  Alexander  Ruf- 
fel,  and  Peter  Collinfon,  by  John  Coakley  Lettfom; 
with  plates.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1786. 

1456  Chaudon's  historical  and  critical  memoirs  of  the  life  and 

writings  of  M.  De  Voltaire;  with  the  life  cf  Roufteau, 
written  by  Voltaire.     London,  1786. 

f  1487  The  life  and  works  of  Doctor  Samuel  Johnfon,  publifhed 
by  Sir  John  Hawkins.     11  vols.     London,  1787. 

1498  Smith's  hiftory  of  New  Jerfey,  from  its  firft  fettlement,  to 
1 72 1.     Burlington,  1765. 

1501  Wood's  New  England's  profpect;  being  a  defcription  of 
New  England.     Third  edition.     Bofton,  1764.- 

3508  An  account  of  the  European  fettlements  in  America.  Se- 
cond edition.     2  vols.     London,  1758. 

J  509  Douglafs's  fummary,  hiftorical  and  political,  of  the  firft 
fettlement,  &c.  of  North  America.  2  vols.  Bofton, 
J749- 

1511 


60  Civil  Hi/lory.     O&avo. 

151 1  EiTais  hiftoriques  et  politiques  fur  les  Anglo-x\mericains. 
Par  M.  Williard  L'Auberteuil.   vol.  1.    Bruflels,  1781. 

15 1 6  The  hiftory  of  Virginia,  from  its  firft  fettlement,  to  the 
year  1706;  with  plates.     London,  1722. 

1520  Neal's  hiftory  of  New  England,  from  the  year  1700,  to 
the  prefent  time.     2  vols.     London,  1 747. 

1527  Blome's  prefent  {late  of  his  Britannic  majefty's  ifles  and 
territories  in  America;  with  maps.     London,  1687. 

*  1528—4  A  narrative  of  the  mafTacre  in  Bofton,  on  the  evening 

of  the  fifth  of   March,   1770;    with  a  frontifpiece 
repre Tenting  the  fcene.     Bofton,  1770. 

1535  De  doorlughtige  weereld;  voorftellende  een  zeernette  ge~ 
nealogifche  hiftorifche  en  politifche  befchrijvingh  aller 
tegenwoordig-levende  Keyferen,  &c.  T'Amfterdam, 
1700. 

1539  Anecdotes  fur  M.  la  comteffe  du  Barri.   A  Londres,  1775. 

*  1546 — 1   A   brief   ftate  of   the  province  of   Pennfylvania,    in 

which  the  conduct  of  their  aflemblies  is  examined, 
Third  edition.     London,  1756. 

1550  A  memorial  containing  a  view  of  facts,  with  their  autho- 
rities, in  anfvver  to  the  obfervations  fent  by  the  Englifh 
miniftry  to  the  courts  of  Europe.  Tranflated  from  the 
French.     New  York,  1757. 

1555  Prince's  chronological  hiftory  of  New  England.     Vols.  1 

and  2.     Bofton,  1736. 

1556  Hubbard's  narrative  of  the  indian  wars  in  New  England, 

from  the  year  1607,  to  1677.     Bofton,  1775. 

*  1559 — 6  Porteus's  review  of  the  life  and  character  of  archbi- 

fhop  Seeker;  with  an  appendix,  containing  his  let- 
ter to  the  reverend  Mr.  Maccienachan.    New  York, 

x773- 

*  1562 — 3  A  part  of  the  hiftory  of  New  England  and  New  York; 

with  a  map  of  New  York,  New  Jerfey,  Pennfylva- 
nia, Maryland,  &c.     (A  fragment.) 

*  1563 — 1  A  review  of  the  military  operations  in  North  America, 

from  the  year  1753,  to  1756.     New  York,  1770. 

— 2  The  wanderer;  or  furprifmg  efcape;  containing  a  feries 
of  events  in  1745.     Glafgow,  1752. 

—3  Obfervations  on  two  campaigns  againft  the  Cherokee 
indians,  in  1760  and  1761.     Charleftown,  1762. 

—4 
v 


Civil  Hi/lory.     Oftavo.  61 

—4  The  hiftory  of  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  the  war  In 
North  America,  from  May,  1774.  Bofton,  1780. 
(A  fragment.) 

*  1570 — 1   A  narrative  of  the  mafTacre  of  a  number  of  Indians 

in  Lancafter  county.     1764. 

—10  An  enquiry  into  the  caufes  of  the  alienation  of  the 
Delaware  and  Shawanefe  indians  from  the  Britifii 
intereftj    with  a  map  of  Pennfylvania.      London, 

1759- 

*  1 575 — 1  Callender's  hiftorical  difcourfe  on  the  affairs  of  Rhode 

Ifland.     Bofton,  1739. 

•j- — 9  Hutchin's  hiftorical  narrative  and  topographical  de- 
fcription  of  Louifiana  and  Weft  Florida.  Philadel- 
phia, 1784. 

*  15-78 — 1  Ames's  catalogue  of  Englifh  heads;  or  an  account  of 

about  two  thoufand  prints,  with  fome  particulars 
relating  to  the  lives  of  the  perfons  drawn.  London, 
1748. 

*  1583 — 1   The  life  and  adventures  of  Dnncan  Cameron.     Third 

edition.     Philadelphia,  1756. 

— 2  The  life  of  Nicholas  Mooney,  who  was  executed  at 
Briftol  in  England.      Sixth  edition.      Philadelphia, 

1753- 
— 3  A  narrative   of    the  fufferings   of    Robert  Eaftburn 
among  the  indians;  with  a  preface,  by  Gilbert  Ten- 
nent.     Philadelphia,  1758. 

—6  A  narrative  of  colonel  Ethan  Allen's  captivity.  Phi- 
ladelphia,  1779. 

— 7  A  report  of  the  commifll oners  for  fettling  a  cartel  for 
the  exchange  of  prifoners.     Philadelphia,  1779. 

*  1588 — 8  An  account  of  the  firft  fettling  of  New  Jerfey  by  the 

Europeans.     New  York,  1759. 

*  1595 — I   La  Verite,  ode  a  M.  de  Voltaire,  fuivie  d'une  dife- 

tation  hiftorique  et  critique  fur  le  gouvernment  de 
Geneva  et  fes  revolutions.   A  Londres,  1765. 

The  journals  of  Congrefs;  containing  an  account  of 
their  proceedings  from  September  5,  1774,  to  Novem- 
ber 2,  1782.    8  vols.      Philadelphia,  &c. 

159? 


62  Civil  Hiftory.     O&avo. 

r597  Vertot's  hiftory  of  the  revolutions  in  Spam,  from  the  firft 
foundation  of  the  monarchy,  to  the  accefiion  of  Lewis 
the  firft.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  Mr.  Morgan. 
5  vols.     London,  1724.      Gift  of  Samuel  Coates. 

1602  FaifFhead's  life  of  Alexander  Pope,  Efquire;   with  a  criti- 

cal eftay  on  his  writings  and  genius.     London,  1769. 

1603  Condercet's  life  of  M.  Turgot,   comptroller-general  of  the 

finances  of  France,  in  1774,   I775  an<^  I77^.     Trans- 
lated from  the  French.     London,  1787. 

1604  Mary,  queen  of  Scots  vindicated,  by  John  Whitaker.     3 

vols.     London,  1787. 

1605  The  hiftory  of  the  internal  affairs  of  the  United  Provinces, 

from  the  year  1780,  to  the  commencement  of  hoftilities 
in  June  1787.     London,  1787. 

1606  Goldfmith's  hiftory  of  England,  from  the  earlieft  times, 

to  the  death  of  George  the  fecond;  with  plates.    Fourth 
edition.     4  vols.     London,  1784. 

1607  Goldfmith's  Roman  hiftory,  from  the  foundation  of  the 

city  of  Rome,  to  the  deftruction  of  the  weftern  empire. 
2  vols.     London,  1786. 

1608  Tooke's  Ruftia;  or  a  complete  hiftorical  account  of  all  the 

nations  which  compofe  that  empire.     4  vols.     London, 
1780. 

*  1629 — 2  A  review  of  fome  interefting  periods  of  Irifh  hiftory. 

London,  1786. 

*  1632 — 10  The  life  of  David  Hume,  Efquire;  written  by  him- 

felf.    Philadelphia,    1778.    Gift  of  Zachariah   Poul- 
fon,  junr. 

1642  L.  Caii  Julii  Csfaris  qus  extant  omnia,  cum  notis  Voftii, 
Davifii  et  aliorum.  Ut  et  qui  vocatur  Julius  Celfus 
de  vita  et  rebus  geftis  C.  Julii  Csefaris.  Lugduni  Ba- 
tavorum,  1713. 

1644  L.  Caii  Crifpi  Salluftii  opera  omnia  quae  extant,  cum  com- 
mentariis  integris  Joh.  Rivii  et  aliorum.  Lugduni 
Batavorum,  1677. 

1648  L,  Appiani  Alexandrini  Romanarum  hiftoriarum  pars  al- 
tera, continens  bellorum  civilium  libros  V.  Amftelo- 
dami,  1670. 

1659  L,  The  life  and  reigne  of  king  Edward  the  fixth,  by  fir 
John  Hayward.     London,  1630. 

f  1665 


Civil  Hi/lory.     O&avo.  63 

f  1665  L.  Polybii  Lycortss  hiftoriarum  libri  qui  fuperfunt,  Graece 
et  Latine,  interprete  Ifaaco  Cafaubono,  cum  Grono- 
vii  et  aliorum  notis.   Tomitres.   Amftelodami,  167c. 

1666  L.  Thucyd'idis  de  bello  Peloponnefiaco  libri  VIII.  ex  inter- 

pretatione  Laurentii  Valise.    FrancofUiti,  1587. 

1667  L.  Diogenis  Laertii  de  vitis,   dogmatis  et  apophthegma- 

tis  clarorum  philofophorum  libri  X.    Geneva,  161 7. 

1672  L.  Rerum  Scoticarum  hiftoria,  audtore  Georgio  Buchanano 
Scoto.  Acceffit  de  jure  regni  apud  Scotos  dialogus. 
Amftelodami,  1643. 

1674  L.  Appiani  Alexandrini  Romanarum  hiftoriarum  pars 
prior,  cum  Alexandri  Tollii  et  H.  Stephani  emenda- 
tionibus.     Amftelodami,  1670.     (Greece  et  Latine.) 

1676  L.  Annales  Rerum  Angiicarum  et  Hibernicarum,  regnan- 
te  Elizabetha.  Autore  Guil.  Camdeno.  Lugduni 
Batavorum,  1625. 

1679  L.  De  Anglcrum  gentis  origine  difceptatio.  Authcre 
Roberto  Sheringhamo.     Cantabrigiss,  1 670. 

1693  £"  ^^  Livii  hiftoriarum  quod  extat,    cum  perpetuis  Car. 

Sigonii  et  J.  F.  Gronovii  notis.     Tomi  tres.     Am- 
ftelodami, 1679. 

1694  L.  An  account  of  Denmark,  as  it  was  in  the  year  1692. 

Third  edition.     London,  1 694. 

f  1 701  L.  Herodiani  hiftorias  fui  temporis  libri  VIII.  Acceffit 
principum  bonorum  et  malorum  fpeculum,  five  mo- 
nita  et  exempla  ethico-politca.  Francofurti  ad 
Maenum,  1630. 

1704  Z..  Drummond's  hiftory  of  Scotland,  from  the  year  1423, 
to  the  year  1542;  containing  the  lives  and  reigns 
of  James  the  firft,  fecond,  third,  fourth  and  fifth; 
with  feveral  memorials  of  ftate  during  the  reigns  of 
James  the  fixth  and  Charles  the  firft.     London. 

1 7 14  Zr.  Pauli  jEmilii  Veronenfis  de  rebus  geftis  Francorum 
libri  X.  Chronicon  de  Iifdem  regibus,  a  Pharamundo 
ufque  ad  Henricum  II.     Parifiis,    1548. 

J  722  L.  D.  Petavii  Aurelianenfis  R.ationarium  temporum  libri 
•  tredecim.     Franequerae,  1 694. 

J732  L.  Supplementa  et  obfervationes  ad  Voffium  de  hiftoricis 
Graecis  et  Latinis.  Bernardo  a  Mallincrot,  Lud. 
Nogarolse,  Chriftophoro  Sandis,  et  Joh.  Hallervordo 
auctoribus.     Hamburgi,   1709. 

1734  £• 


64  Civil  Hiftory.     O&avo. 

1 734  /,.  Pauli  Orofii  adverfus  Paganos  hiftoriarum  libri  feptem. 

Quibus  acceftit  ejufdem  Apologeticus  contra  Pelagi- 
um  de  arbitrii  libertate.     Colonias,  1574. 

1735  L.  Priolo's  hiftory  of  France  under  the  miniftry  of  cardi- 

cal  Mazarine,  from  1643,  to  1664.  Tranflated  from 
the  Latin  into  Englifh,  by  Chriftopher  Wafe.  Lon- 
don, 1671. 

1739  Z.  Hiftoire   des    revolutions   D'Angleterre  par  le  pere 
D'Orleans.     III.  toms.     A  Paris,  17 19. 

1742  L.  Heliodori  iEthiopicorum  libri  X.     1596. 

1745  L.  Caii   Julii  Caefaris  commentariorum  libri   VIII.  cum 
Henrici  Glareani  notis-     Bafileas,  1583. 


DUODECIMO. 

16  Ay  re's  memoirs  of  the  life  and  writings  of  Alexander 

Pope.      2  vols.    London,  1745. 

1 7  A  catalogue  of  the  royal  and  noble  authors  of  England ; 

with  a  lift  of  their  works.     Second  edition.     2  vols. 
London,  1759. 

24  The  fecret  hiftory  of  Perfia,  and  the  moft  confiderable 
ftates  of  Afia.  Tranflated  from  the  French;  with  a 
key  and  notes.     London,  1745. 

25 1  The  life  of  Charles,   prince  of  Lorrain;    including  the 
&  J>      hiftory  of  that  illuftrious  houfe,  with  a  fhort  account 
191  j      of  the  princes  thereof,  from  Charles  the  Bold,  to  the 
prefent  emperor  of  Germany.     London,  1 746. 

26  Glas's  hiftory  of  the  difcovery  and  conqueft  of  the  Canary 
iflands ;  with  his  life  and  tragical  end  on  board  the  Sand- 
wich.    2  vols,  in  one.     London,  1 746. 

30  Salluft's  hiftory  of  Cataline's  confpiracy  and  the  Jugurthine 
war;  with  a  new  tranflation  of  Cicero's  four  orations 
againft  Cataline;  and  the  life  of  Salluft,  by  William 
Rofe.     London,  1757. 

34  Rowe's  tranflation  of  Caius  Crifpus  Salluftius,  the  hifto- 
rian;  with  the  life  and  character  of  the  author  and  his 
works.     Third  edition.     London,  1726. 

42 


Civil  Hiftory.     Duodecimo.  6$ 

42  The  winter  evening's  companion;  being  a  collection  of  en- 
tertaining relations  from  the  bell  hiftories;  with  plates. 
3  vols.     London,  1 753- 

48  A  fhort  account  of  the  life  of  Julian,  the  apoftate;  with  a 

comparifon  of  Popery  and  Paganifm.      London,  1662. 
Gift  of  John  Smith. 

49  Mably's  obfervations  on  the  Romans.     London,  1751. 

52  MachtavePs  hiftory  of  Florence.  Tranflated  from  the  Ita- 
lian.    London,  1674. 

f  54")  Memoirs  of  the  houfe  of  Brandenburgh,   from  the  ear- 
&  >      liei!:  accounts,  to  the  death  of  Frederick  the  firft,  king 
t  55  J      0I~  Pruffia.     By  the  king  of  Pruflia. 

561  The  naval  hiftory  of  Great  Britain;  with  the  lives  of  the 
&  >»      moft  illuftrious  admirals,  &c.  from  the  reign  of  queen 
in  J      Elizabeth.     4  vols.     London,  1758. 

65!  The  hiftory  of  the  life  and  reign  of  Lewis  the  fourteenth; 
&  >  extracted  from  the  beft  writers  of  the  French  and  other 
66  J      nations.     3  vols.    London,  1742. 

70 1  Rollings  ancient  hiftory  of  the  Egyptians,  Carthaginians, 
&  >>      Aflyrians,  Babylonians,  Medes  and  Perfians,  Macedo- 
2 30 J      nians   and   Grecians.      Tranflated  from  the   French. 
Second  edition.     10  vols.    London,  1739  and  1758. 

86  Quintus  Curtius's  hiftory  of  the  wars  of  Alexander;  with 
Freinfhimius's  fupplement.  Tranflated  by  John  Digby. 
Second  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1726. 

89  Letters  on  the  prefent  affairs  of  the  Jefuits  in  France. 
London.     Gift  of  William  Gallagher. 

100  The  hiftory  of  Staniflaus,  king  of  Poland;  with  a  relation 
of  his  retreat  from  Dantzig,  written  by  himfelf.  Tranf- 
lated from  the  French.    London,  1741. 

1 1 6  The  military  hiftory  of  Germany  and  of  England,  from 
the  year  163 1,   to  the  year  1648.     Edinburgh,  1759. 

118  Crawfurd's  memoirs  of  the  affairs  of  Scotland ;  contain- 
ing a  full  account  of  the  revolution  in  that  kingdom  in 
the  year  1567.     Second  edition.     Edinburgh,  1753. 

137  An  hiftorical,  genealogical  and  claffioal  dictionary;  con- 
taining the  lives  of  all  the  illuftrious  perfonages  in  the 
feveral  ages  and  nations  of  the  world;  with  an  abftract 
of  the  fyilem  cf  Heathen  mythology.    2  vols.   London, 

*743- 

1  *39 


66  Civil  Hi/iory.     Duodecimo. 

139  The  hiftory  of  Francis  Eugene,  prince  of  Savoy;  con- 
taining the  military  tranfaclions  of  above  thirty  cam- 
paigns.    London,  1754. 

153l  Dicey's  hiflorical  account  of  Guernfey,   from  its  firft  fet- 
&    >      tlement  to  the  prefent  time;  with  remarks  on  Jerfey 
565  J      and  the  other  iflands  belonging  to  Great  Britain,   on 
the  French  coaft.     London,  175 1. 

158  The  orations  of  Demofthenes,  exciting  the  Athenians  to 
oppofe  the  power  of  Philip,  king  of  Macedon;  with  a 
preface,  containing  a  fhort  view  of  the  hiftory  of  Greece 
and  the  life  of  Demofthenes.     London,  1 744. 

161  Prince's  chronological  hiftory  of  New  England,  from  the 
year  1602,  to  1730.     Bofton,  1736. 

167  De  Retz's  memoirs;  containing  the  particulars  of  his  own 
life,  with  the  moll  fecret  tranfaclions  at  the  French 
court,  during  the  adminiftration  of  cardinal  Mazarin. 
Tranflated  from  the  French.     4  vols.     London,  1723. 

169  An  hiftory  of  the  life  and  reign  of  William  Henry,  prince 
of  Orange,  king  of  England,  &c.  with  a  difiertation 
on  the  government  of  Holland,  and  a  brief  account  of 
the  houfe  of  Orange.     4  vols.     London,  1747. 

175  Willington's  tranflation  of  the  memoirs  of  a  Proteftant, 
condemned  to  the  galleys  of  France.  2  vols.  London, 
1758. 

•J-  176  The  hiftory  of  the  Buccaniers  of  America.  Fifth  edition. 
Vol.  1.     Dublin,  1741. 

177  An  account  of  Ruffia,  as  it  was  in  the  year  1710.  By 
lord  Whitworth.     Strawberry-hill,  1758. 

■*•  182  Crufius's  lives  of  the  Roman  poets;  containing  an  hiflori- 
cal account  of  them  and  their  writings,  &c.  2  vols. 
London,  1733. 

192  The  hiftory  of  the  life  and  reign  of  William  the  third, 
king  of  England,  &c.  containing  a  feries  of  memorable 
efforts,  military  and  political,  from  the  year  1672,  to 
the  end  of  1701.     London,  1764. 

194!  Bofluet's  univerfal  hiftory,  from  the  beginning  of  the 
&    >      world,  to  the   empire  of  Charlemagne.       Tranflated 

195  J  from  the  thirteenth  edition  of  the  original,  and  conti- 
nued down  to  the  prefent  time,  by  Mr.  Elphinfton.  4, 
vols.     London,  1748. 

201  Voltaire's  annals  of  the  empire,  from  the  reign  of  Char- 
lemagne, to  the  end  of  the  reign  of  Charles  the  fixth. 
2  vols.    London,  1755. 

202 


Civil  Hi/lory.     Duodecimo*  6y 

3.02I  The  hiftory  of  Maurice,  count  Saxe;  containing  an  ac- 
&    i-      count  of  all  the  wars  of  Europe,   fince  the  treaty  of 
343  J      Utrecht,  in  which  he  was  concerned.    Tranflated  from 
the  French.     2  vols.     London,  1753. 

203  The  memoirs  of  Mrs.  Letitia  Pilkington.  Written  by 
herfelf.     3  vols.     London,  1749. 

206  The  hiftory  of  Hungaria  and  Tranfylvania,  deduced  from 
the  year  461,  to  the  year  1664.     London,  1664. 

210  Memoirs  for  the  hiftory  of  madame  de  Maintenon,  and  of 
the  laft  age.  Tranflated  from  the  French.  5  vols. 
London,  1757. 

224  Mottley's  hiftory  of  the  life  of  Peter  the  firft,  emperor  of 
Ruflia.     Second  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1740. 

232  The  Roman  hiftory,  by  queftion  and  anfwer,  extracted 
from  ancient  and  modern  authors.  Fourth  edition. 
London,  1754. 

251  Boulainvilliers'  life  of  Mahomet.  Tranflated  from  the 
French.     London,  1752. 

264  The  memoirs  of  the  Marchionefs  of  Pompadour.  Writ- 
ten by  herfelf.  Containing  the  moft  remarkable  occur- 
rences at  the  court  of  France,  and  other  courts  of  Eu- 
rope, during  the  laft  twenty  years  of  the  reign  of  Lewis 
the  fifteenth.  Tranflated  from  the  French.  2  vols. 
London,  1766. 

266  D'Arnay's  private  life  of  the  Romans.  Tranflated  from 
the  French.     Edinburgh,  1761. 

269  Voltaire's  general  hiftory  and  Mate  of  Europe,  from  the 

time  of  Charlemagne,  to  Lewis  the  fourteenth ;  with  a 
preliminary  view  of  the  oriental  empires.  3  vols.  Edin- 
burgh, 1758. 

270  The  companion  to  the  play-houfe;  or  an  hiftorical  account 

of  all  the  dramatic  writers,  and  their  works,  that  have 
appeared  in  Great  Britain  and  Ireland,  from  the  com- 
mencement of  our  theatrical  exhibitions,  to  the  year 
1764.     2  vols.     London,  1764. 

274  Modern  characters;  illuftrated  by  hiftories  in  real  life.  2 
vols.     London,  1752. 

283  The  hiftory  of  Thamas  Kouli  Khan,  afterwards  Shah 
Nadir,  late  fovereign  of  Perfia.  Tranflated  from  the 
French.     London. 

2 941  Doddridge's  remarkable  parages  in  the  life  of  colonel 
&    >      James  Gardiner;    with  an  appendix  relating  to  the 
295  J      Monro  family.     Third  edition.     London,  1753. 

312 


68  Civil  Hiftory.     Duodecimo. 

312  Fontenelle's  hiftory  of  oracles.  Translated  from  th* 
French.     London,  1750. 

315  The  hiftory  of  the  revolutions  of  Genoa,  from  its  efta- 
blifhment  to  the  concluiion  of  the  peace  in  1 748.  3  vols. 
London,  1751. 

J  324  The  travels  of  Cyrus;  with  a  difcourfe  upon  the  theology 
and  mythology  of  the  Pagans,  by  the  chevalier  Ram- 
fay.     Eighth  edition.     London,  1752. 

336  Fontenelle's  northern  antiquities;  or  the  lives  of  Peter  the 
Great,  and  his  emprefs  Catharine.  Tranflated  from 
the  French.     Second  edition.     London,  1730. 


544  ja 
37oJ 


bber's  lives  of  the  poets  of  Great  Britain  and  Ireland, 
to  the  time  of  dean  Swift.     5  vols.     London,  1753. 


374  Bavle's  hiftorical  difcourfe  on  the  life  of  Guftavus  Adol- 
phus,  king  of  Sweden.  Tranflated  from  the  French. 
Second  edition.     Glafgow,  1757. 

423  Hume's  hiftory  of  the  houfe  and  race  of  Douglas  and 
Angus.     2  vols.     Edinburgh,  1743. 

-J-  428  The  debater,  between  the  houfe  of  lords  and  houfe  of 
commons,  at  the  free  conference  in  1688.  London, 
1695. 

444  The  life  of  Maecenas;  with  notes,  &c.  by  Ralph  Schom- 
berg.     Second  edition.     London,  1766. 

448  Penhallov/'s  hiftory  of  the  wars  of  New  England  with  the 
Eaftern  indians,  from  the  year  1703,  to  1726.    Bofton, 

1726. 

481  Merchant's  hiftory  of  the  late  rebellion  in  Great  Britain. 
New  York,  1 747. 

485  A  collection  of  the  a<51s,  memorials,  Sec.  that  paiTed  in  the 
negociation  of  the  peace;  with  the  treaties  of  peace 
concluded  at  Nimeguen.     London,  1679. 

508  Memoirs  of  the  antiquities  of  Great  Britain,  relating  to 
the  reformation,  &c.     London,  1723. 

510  The  reign  of  fultan  Orchan,  fecond  king  of  the  Turks. 
Tranflated  out  of  Hojah  Effendi,  a  Turkifh  hiftorians 
by  William  Seaman.     London,  1652. 

543  An  account  of  Denmark,  as  it  was  in  the  year  1692. 
Fifth  edition.     Glafgow,  1745. 

f  548  The  Britifh  compendium;  or  rudiments  of  honor;  con- 
taining the  genealogies  of  all  the  nobility  of  England ; 
with  plates.     Seventh  edition.     2  vols.    London,  1732. 

5S2 


Civil  Hiftory.     Duodecimo.  69 

552  The  memoirs  of  the  life  and  minifterial  conduct  of  the 
iate  lord  vifcount  Bolingbroke.     London,  1722. 

554  Petty's  political  anatomy  of  Ireland;  with  the  eftabliftiment 
for  that  kingdom,  when  the  late  duke  of  Ormond  was 
lord  lieutenant.  Taken  from  the  records.  London, 
1691. 

5^7  A  critical  review  of  the  political  life  of  Oliver  Cromwell. 
Second  edition.     London,  1 742. 

573  Keate's  ihort  account  of  the  ancient  hiftory,  prefent  go- 

vernment, and  laws  of  the  republic  of  Geneva.  Lon- 
don, 1761. 

574  A  ihort  hiftory  of  Barbadoes,  from  its  firft  difcovery  and 

fettlement,  to  the  end  of  the  year  1767.   London,  1768. 

580  The  life  and  heroic  actions  of  Balbe  Berton,  chevalier  de 
Grillon.  Tranilated  from  the  French,  by  a  lady.  2 
vols.     London. 

592  Algarotti's  letters ;  containing  the  ftate  of  the  trade,  ma- 
rine, revenues,  and  forces  of  the  Ruffian  empire.  2  vols. 
London,  1769. 

t  5981 

f  599     An  hiftoncal  account  of  Guinea;    its  fituation,  produce, 
f  600  \      and  the  general  difpofition  of  its  inhabitants.    By  An- 
&  thony  Benezet.   Philadelphia,  177 1.    Gift  of  the  Author. 

f  601  j 

f  632  Von  Lowhen's  analyfis  of  nobility  in  its  origin.    Tranilat- 
ed from  the  German.     London,  1754. 

633  The  hiftory  of  Cnefus,  king  of  Lydia.     Edinburgh,  1755. 

641  Gillie's  memoirs  of  the  life  of  the  reverend  George  White- 
field.     New  York,  1 764. 

680  Johnfon's  prefaces,  biographical  and  critical,  of  the  works 
of  the  Englifii  poets.     4  vols.     London,  1779. 

68 1")  Davie's  memoirs  of  the  life  of  Garrick;  comprehending 
&    >      an  hiftory  of  the  ftage  for  thirty- fix  years.    Fourth  edi- 
740  J      tion.     2  vols.     London,  1784. 

694  Cumberland's   anecdotes  of    eminent  painters   in  Spain, 

during  the  iixteenth  and  feventeenth  centuries;  with 
remarks  upon  the  prefent  ftate  of  arts  in  that  kingdom. 
2  vols.     London,  1782. 

695  Okely's  memoirs  of  the  life  and  writings  of  Jacob  Beh- 

men.     Northampton,  1780. 

*  714 — 2  The  life  of  David  Hume,  Efquire;  written  by  him- 
felf.     London,  1777. 

717 


^o  Civil  Hijiory.     Duodecimo. 

*  yij — i~j  Memoirs  of  the  life  of  John  Roberts;  written  by  hi? 

&  I      fon  Daniel  Roberts,     Fifth  edition.    Philadelphia, 

*  790— 2  J       1766. 

720  Linguet's  memoirs  of  the  Baftille.     London,  1783. 

723  Mably's  dialogues  concerning  the  manner  of  writing  hif- 
tory.     Translated  from  the  French.     London,  1783. 

732  Henry's   memoirs   of    Albert   de   Haller.     Warrington, 

1783. 
738  Hiftory  of  Ayder  AH  Khan,    Nabob-bahader;  .  or  new 

memoirs  concerning  the  Eaft  Indies.     2  vols.     London, 

1784. 

743  The  life  and  adventures  of  John  Chriftopher  Wolf;  wi{h 
a  defcription  of  Ceylon,  its  natural  productions,  and  the 
manners  cf  the  inhabitants,  by  Mr.  Efchelfkroon. 
Tranfiated  from  the  German.     London,  1785. 

757  An  eflay  on  medals.     London,  1784. 

759  Banks's  review  of  the  political  life  of  Oliver  Cromwell. 
Fifth  edition.     London,  1769. 

764  Mortimer's  Britifh  Plutarch;  containing  the  lives  of  the 

mod  eminent  perfons  of  Great  Britain  and  Ireland, 
from  the  acceffion  of  Henry  the  eighth,  to  the  preient 
time.     6  vols.     London,  1776. 

765  Piozzi's  anecdotes  of  Dr.  Samuel  Johnfon.   Second  edition. 

London,  1786. 

*  783 — 1   Memoirs  of  the  life  of  Voltaire,     Written  by  himfelf. 

Tranilated  from  the  French.     Third  edition.     Lon- 
don, 1785. 

*  791 — 9  Obfervations  on  the  fituation,    &c.  of  the  Indians  of 

this  continent.     Philadelphia,  1784. 

*  797 — *   The  particulars  of    an  indian  treaty  at  Coneftogoe. 

Dublin,  1723. 

— 4  A  relation  of  the  rife  of  the  differences  in  public  af- 
fairs in  North  Carolina.      1770. 

*  798 — 2  Doolittle's  narrative  of  mifchief  done  by  the  Indian 

and  French  enemy,   on   the  frontiers  of  Maflachu- 
fetts-bay,  from  1743-4,  to  1748.     Bofton,  1750. 

— 6  An  account  of  the  progrefs,  &c.  of  the  plague  in  the 
city  of  London,  in  the  year  1665.  Germantown, 
1763. 

— 7  An  hiftcrical  account  of  the  tower  of  London. 

*  805 


Civil  Hiftory.     Duodecimo.  71 

*  805 — 3  Hiftoire  de  la  Floride,  ou  relation  de  la  conquete  de 

ce  pays  par  Ferdinand  de  Soto.  Seconde  partie. 
1707. 

807  Memoires  de  Bran  tome.     Toms  VII.     Leyden,  1699. 

816  Thomas's  hiftorical  and  geographical  account  of  Pennfyl- 
vania  and  New  Jerfey;  with  a  map.     London,  1698. 

824  Colden's  hiftory  of  the  five  indian  nations  depending  on 
the  province  of  New  York.      1727. 

$35  Mather's  account  of  the  remarkable  providences  in  New- 
England.     Bofton,  1683-4. 

*  836 — 3   Difcours  de  feu  Meffire  Gafpar  de  Colligny  Amiral  de 

France,  fur  la  guerre  de  Flandres.    ALeyde,  1696. 

f  844  The  Britifh  and  Irifti  compendium;  or  rudiments  of  ho- 
nor; containing  the  genealogies  of  the  nobility;  with 
plates.     Eighth  edition.     4  vols.     London,  1738. 

858  An  apology  for  the  life  of  Colley  Gibber,  comedian;  writ- 
ten by  himfelf;  with  an  account  of  the  rife  and  progrefs 
of  the  ftage,  &c.  Fourth  edition.  2  vols.  London, 
1756. 

f  858  The  life  of  Dr.  Samuel  Johnfon;  with  his  maxims  and 
obfervations.     Philadelphia,  1787. 

*  870 — 2  The  North  Briton  extraordinary;    containing  a  com- 

preheniive  review  of  the  Englifh  and  Scottifh  hiftory, 
concerning  the  union.  Third  edition.  Philadelphia, 
1769.      Gift  of  Zachariah  Pculfon,  jitnr. 

892  Z.  C.  Velleius  Paterculus,  cum  Aldi  Manutii  et  aliorum 
notis.     Lugduni,  1593. 

*  899  Z. — 1   Caii  Salluftii  Crifpi  quae  extant.    Londini,  17 13. 

— 2  Lucius   Annseus   Florus.      Cui  fubjungitur  Lucri 
Ampelii  liber  memorialis.     Londini,  1 7 1 5. 

903  Z.  Hiftoire  de  France  avant  Clovis.  Par  le  Sr.  de  Meze- 
ray.    A  Amfterdam,  1 796. 

905  Z.  Albrege  Chronologique  de  l'hiftoire  de  France.  Par 
le  Sr.  de  Mezeray  en  fix  tomes.  A  Amfterdam, 
1673. 

912  Z.  Hiftoire  de  la  decadence  de  l'empire  apres  Charle- 
magne.   Par  le  Louis  Maimbourg.     A  Paris,  1681. 

921   Z.  Q^Curtii  Run  hiftoriarum  libri.     Amftelodami,  1660. 

928  Z.l  Famiani  Strada?  Romani  de  bello  belgico  decas  pri- 
&  >      ma,  ab  exceffu  Caroli  V.  ufque  ad  initia  prsefedurae 

947  Z.J      Alexandri  Farnefii.     Romse,  1648. 

936  L. 


jz  Civil  Hifiory.     Duodecimo. 

936  L.  De  principatibus  Italiae  tra&atus  varii.  Lugduni  Ba- 
tavorum,  1627. 

938  L.  Helvetiorum  refpublica.  Diverfis  autoribus.  Lugdu- 
ni Batavorum,  1627. 

-j-  940  L.  Donati  Jannotii  dialogi  de  republica  Venetorum,  cum 
notis  et  libro  iingulari  de  forma  ejufdem  reipublicse. 
Lugduni  Batavorum,  1631. 

943  L.  Refpublica  Lutzenburgenfis,  Hannonias  et  Namurcen- 
fis.     Amfterdami,  1635. 

949  L*  Summa  Conciliorum  et  pontificum  a  Petro  ufque  ad 
Julium  III.  collecta  per  F.  Barth.  Carranzam.  Lug- 
duni, 1587. 

961  L.  Caroli  Patini  introduclio  ad  hiftoriam  num'ifmatum. 
Amftelasdami,  1683. 

963  L.  Caii  Julii  Csfaris  quae  extant,  ex  emendatione  Jos.  Sca- 
ligeri.     Amftelodami,  1661. 

972  L.  Kugonis  Grotii  Annales  et  hiftorias  de  rebus  Belgicis. 
Amftelaedami,  1558. 

982  L.  C.  Corn.  Tacitus  ex  Lipfii  editione  cum  notis  et  emen- 

dationibus  K.  Grotii.     Lugduni  Batavorum,  1640. 

983  The  eyght  bookes  of  Caius  Julius  Csefar;  conteyning  his 

martiall  exploytes  in  the  realme  of  Gallia,  and  the 
countries  bordering  vppon  the  fame.  Tranflated  oute  of 
Latin  into  Englilh,  by  Arthur  Goldinge.  London, 
1565. 

*  985 — 4  A  fhort  hiftory  of  the  war  in  America,  during  the 
command  of  Sir  William  Howe;  with  ftrictures  on 
the  military  conduct  of  that  general,  by  Jofeph 
Galloway,  Efquire.  With  an  appendix,  containing 
three  letters  upon  the  fame  fubject.  Philadelphia, 
1787. 


IV.  Natural 


Natural  Hifiory.  -  Folio.  73 


IV.     Natural  Hifiory  in  all  its  branches. 


FOLIO. 

2D  T  T  ILL's  Britiih  herbal;  being  an  hiftory  of  plants 
J_  X     and  trees,  natives  of  Britain.     London,  1756. 

23  The  natural  hiftory  of  Barbadoes,  by  Griffith  Hughes. 
London,  1750. 

•f  25  Doctor  James's  medical  dictionary;  including  botany, 
phyfic,  furgery,  anatomy,  and  chemiflry,  in  all  their 
branches;  with  plates.     3  vols.    London,  1743. 

39  The  Englifh  herbal;   or  an  hiftory  of  plants;   with  cuts. 
By  William  Salmon.     London,  17 10. 

75        "1  The  natural  hiftory  of  Iceland;   with  an  account  of 
&         >      the  difpofitions,   cuftoms  and  manner  of  living  of 

*  102 — 2  J      the  inhabitants,   by  N.  Horrebow  and  Mr.  Ander- 

fon.     Tranflated  from  the  Danifh,  with  a  map  of 
the  ifland.    London,  1758. 

*  102 — 1  The  natural  hiftory  cf  Norway;   with  an  account  of 

the  cuftoms  and  manners  of  the  inhabitants;  with 
phyfiological  notes.  Tranflated  from  the  Danifh 
original  of  Erich  Pontoppidan.    London,  1755. 

f  104  Seepage  12,   (Civil Hiftory.) 

f  124-I 

&    >  See  page  13,   (Civil  Hiftory.) 
t  166  j 

139  Harris's  collection  of  prints  of  all  the  known  Englifh  but- 
terflies and  moths ;  with  plates. 

f  147")  Micrographia  Reftaurata;  or  Doctor  Hooke's  obfervati- 
&    >      ons  and  difcoveries  in  natural  hiftory,  by  the  micro- 
t  338  J      fcope;  with  plates.     London,  1745  and  1780. 

K  156* 


74  Natural  Hiftory.     Folio. 

156  The  natural  hiflory  of  Cornwal;  with  an  account  of  the 
inhabitants ;  their  manners,  cuftoms,  &c.  with  a  map  of 
the- county  and  plates.     Oxford,   1758. 

161  Theatrum  botaniaum;  or  an  herbal  of  great  extent,  by 
John  Parkinfon.  London,  1640.  Gift  of  Dr.  Patrick 
Baird. 

165  Hill's  general  natural  hiftory}    with  plates.      London, 
.      I748- 
f  170  See  page  14,   (Civil  Hiflory.) 

f  189  Seepage  15,   (Civil Hiftory.) 

197  The  hiflory  of  four-footed  beads  and  ferpents;  collected 
out  of  the  writings  of  Conrad  Gefner,  and  other  au- 
thors, by  Edward  Tapfel.  With  the  theatre  of  infects, 
by  T.  Muffet.     London,  1658. 

j  205  Swedenborgii  Regnum  fubterraneum  cum  figuris  seneis. 
Tomi  III.     Drefdas  et  Lipase,  1734. 

222  The  natural  hiftory  of  Oxfordshire,  by  Robert  Plott.     Se- 

cond edition.     Oxford,  1705. 

223  The  natural  hiftory  of   Staffordshire,    by  Robert  Plott, 

Oxford,  1686. 

241  Sir  Francis  Bacon's  natural  hiftory;  with  his  hiftory,  na- 
tural and  experimental,  of  life  and  death.  London, 
1658.      Gift  of  Francis  Richardfon. 

267  Cajus  Plinius  Secundus,  his  natural  hiftorie.  Tranflated 
into  Englifh,  by  Philemon  Holland.     London,  1635. 

277  Edward i  Wottonii  Oxonienfis  de  differentiis  animalium  libri 
decern.     London,  155 1.      Gift  of  Henry  Callfler. 

282  Hill's  vegetable  fyftem ;  or  a  feries  of  experiments  and 
obfervations;  including  a  new  anatomy  of  plants;  with 
plates.     London,  1759. 

284  The  book  of  nature;  or  the  hiftory  of  infects;  reduced  to 
diftinct  claffes;  with  plates.  By  John  Swammerdem. 
Tranflated  from  the  Dutch  and  Latin,  by  Thomas 
Flloyd;  and  revifed  and  improved,  by  notes  from  Reau- 
mur and  ethers,  by  John  Hill.     London,  1758. 

289  Catefby's  natural  hiftory  of  Carolina,  Florida  and  the  Ba? 
hama  iflands;  in  French  and  Englifh;  containing  the 
figures  of  birds,  beafts,  fifties,  &c.  and  a  map  of  the 
countries.     2  vols.  .  London,  1 771. 

294  Martini  Lifter,  M.  D.  hiftoriae  five  fynopfis  methodic^  Con- 
chyliorum.     Oxonii,  1770. 

308 


Natural  Hijiory,     Folio.  y$ 

308  Rumphii  Thefaurus  imaginum  pifcium  teftaceorum.  Ha- 
gse  Comitum,  1739. 

317  Agricolae  de  re  metallica  libri  XII.    Bafili^,  1657. 

327  Impreffions  from  plants.    2  vols.     Philadelphia. 

341  Price's  treatife  on  minerals,  mines  and  mining.  London, 
1778. 

f  350  Sloane's  natural  hiftory  of  Jamaica;  with  his  voyage  to 
Madera,  Barbados,  Nieves,  and  St.  Chriftophers;  with 
plates.     2  vols.     London,  1707. 

f  372  Monro's  ftru&ure  and  phyfiology  of  fifhes  explained,  and 
compared  with  thofe  of  man  and  other  animals;  with 
plates.     Edinburgh,  1785. 

377  Curtis's  flora  Londinenfis;  or  plates  and  defcriptions  of 
fuch  plants  as  grow  wild  in  the  environs  of  London.  2 
vols.     London,  1777. 

f  406  Grew's  catalogue  and  defcription  of  the  rarities  belonging 
to  the  Royal  Society  and  preferved  at  Grelham  college; 
with  the  comparative  anatomy  of  the  flomach  and  guts. 
London,  1681. 

426  L.  Caii  Plinii  fecundi  hiftoria  naturalis  cum  notis  Joannis 
Harduini.     Ill  tomi.     Paris,  1733. 

429  L.  Athanafii  Kircheri  mundus  fubterraneus  tomi  duo  in 

uno.     Amftelodami,  1665. 

430  L.  Joannis  Raii  hiftoria  plantarum.    Tomi  III.    Londini, 

1686. 

437  L.  Francifci  Willughbeii  hiftoria  pifcium.  Editore  Johan- 
ne  Raio  cum  figuris.     Oxoniae,  1686. 

f  448  L.  Gulielmi  Pifonis  de  Indiae  utriufque  re  naturali  et  me* 
dica  libri  XIV.  cum  iconibus.    Amftelasdami,  1658. 

449  L.  Carolii  Clufii  Atrebatis  rariarum  plantarum  hiftoria. 

Antverpiss,  1601. 

450  L.  Caroli  Clufii  Atrebatis  exoticorum  libri  decern.    A.  D. 

1605. 

455  L.  Mercilli  Malphigii  anatome  plantarum  cui  de  ovo  in- 
cubato  appendix  adjungitur  cum  iconibus.  Tomi  II. 
Londini,  1675. 

469  Z.  Theophrafti  Erefii  de  hiftoria  plantarum  libri  decern. 
Cum  iconibus  rariarum  plantarum  et  commentariis 
Johannis  Bodsei.     Amftelodami,  1644. 

482  L,  Moufeti  infe&orum  theatrum  cum  iconibus.  Londini, 
1634. 

q^u  A  R  T  o. 


j6  Natural  Hi/lory.     Quarts, 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

i "]  Edwards's  gleanings  of  natural  hiflory ;  exhibiting  figures 
Sc>  of  quadrupedes,  birds,  infects,  plants,  &c.  3  vols. 
2  J      London,  1758. 

iol  Ruflel's  natural  hiftory  of  Aleppo,  and  parts  adjacent; 
&  >      with  the  methods  ufed  by  the  Europeans  for  their  pre- 
37  J      fervation  from  the  plague.     London,  1756. 

20  Ellis's  effay  towards  a'natural  hiftory  of  the  Corallines,  and 
other  marine  productions  of  the  like  kind.     London, 

1755- 
J  39  See  page  21,  (Civil  Hiftory,) 

76  Dacofta's  natural  hiftory  of  foffils.     vol.  1.  part  1.      Lon- 
don, 1757. 

181  Parfon's  microfcopical  theatre  of  feeds;  being  a  (liort  view 
of  the  characters,  &c.  of  feeds;  with  an  account  of  the 
plants;  their  virtues  and  botanical  terms;  with  plates. 
London,  1745. 

f  x  86  Adams's  obfervations  in  natural  hiftory  by  the  microfcope ; 
with  a  variety  of  experiments  explaining  its  ufe.  Lon- 
don, 1 746.    Gift  of  Thomas  Penn,  If  quire. 

f  193  Lawfon's  voyage  to  Carolina;  containing  the  defcription 
and  natural  hiftory  of  that  country ;  and  a  journal  of  one 
thoufand  miles  through  feveral  nations  of  indians;  giv- 
ing a  particular  account  of  their  cuftoms,  &c.  London, 
1709. 

220  Edwards's  ornithologia  nova;  or  a  natural  hiftory  of  un- 
common birds,  and  of  fome  other  rare  and  undefcribed 
animals;  with  plates.    7  vols.    London,  1750. 

235  Roberts's  account  of  the  difcovcry  and  natural  hiftory  of 
Florida;  with  a  map,  plans,  and  a  geographical  def- 
cription  of  that    country,    by    F.  Jeffreys.        London. 

244  Dillenius's  hiftoria  mofcorum;  or  a  general  hiftory  of 
mofles  and  corals;   with  plates.     London. 

255  Hiftoria  mofcorum  lac.  Dillenii.  Oxofcii,  1741.  Gift 
cf  John  Bartram, 

261 


Natural  Hiftory.     Quarto.  jj 

z6l  Von  Linne's  inftitutes  of  botany;  containing  descriptions 
of  all  the  known  genera  of  plants.  Tranflated  from  the 
Latin;  and  a  view  of  the  ancient  and  prefent  ftate  of 
botany,  &c.  prefixed,  by  Colin  Milne.    London,  1771. 

268  Bradley's  philcfophical  account  of  the  works  of  nature; 
with  cuts.    London,  1 77 1. 

298  Godfredi  Sellii  hiftoria  naturalis  feredinis  marinse.  Tra- 
jecti  ad  Rhenum,  1733. 

304  Johannis  Claytoni,  Flora  Virginica.    Lugduni  Batavorum, 

1762. 

305  De  la  Fonte,  des  mines  et  des  fonderies,  &c.     A  Paris* 

1750. 

307  Plantarum  feu  Stirpium  Icones.     Antverpise,  1581. 
309  Johannis  Ioachimi  Beccheri  phyfica  fubterranea.     Lipfiae, 
I738- 

*  310 — 6  Blair's  alphabetical  and  claflical  differtation  on  all  the 

Britiih  plants.     London,  1723. 

315  Nicholas's  lapidary;  or  the  hiftory  of  precious  ftones. 
Cambridge,  1652. 

*  3 1 8 — 6  Vermiculars  destroyed ;  with  an  hiflorical  account  of 

worms,   and  experiments  proved  by  the  microfcope. 
Fifth  edition.     London,  1691. 

356  Barbut  on  the  genera  infe<5torum  of  Linnseus ;  exemplified 

by  various  Specimens  of  Engliih  infects;  with  plates. 
London,  1781. 

357  Barbut  on  the  genera  vermium;  exemplified  by  various 

fpecimens  of  the  animals  contained  in  the  orders  of  the 
inteftina  et  mollufca  Linnsei;  with  plates.  London, 
1783. 

365  Falconer's  remarks  on  the  influence  of  climate,  fituation, 
nature  of  country,  population,  &c.  upon  mankind. 
London,  1781. 

*  387 — 3  Wilfon's  fhort  view  of  electricity.     London,  1780. 

400  Whitehurft's  inquiry  into  the  original  ftate  and  formation 
of  the  earth;  deduced  from  facts  and  the  laws  of  na- 
ture; with  an  appendix,  containing  obfervations  on  the 
ftrata  of  Derbyfhire.     London,   1778. 

414  Cavallo's  treatife  on  the  nature  and  properties  of  air,  and 
other  permanently  elaftic  fluids,   &c.     London,  178 1. 

434  Pennant's  arctic  zoology;  with  plates.  2  vols.  London, 
1784. 

45* 


78  Natural  Hijiory.     Quarto. 

451  Ellis's  natural  hiftory  of  many  curious  zoophytes;  collect- 
ed from  various  parts  of  the  globe;  with  plates.  Lon- 
don, 1786. 

486  Nova  plantarum  Americanafum  genera,  authore  P.  Carolo 
Phivier.     Parifiis,  1 703. 

*  500 — 1  Pownall's  hydraulic  and  nautical  obfervations  on  the 
currents  in  the  Atlantic  ocean;  with  a  correfponding 
chart  of  that  ocean;  with  notes,  by  Doctor  Benja- 
min Franklin.     London,  1787. 

501  Latham's  fupplement  to  the  general  fynopfis  of  birds; 
with  plates.    London,  1787. 

519  L.  Jofephi  Pitton  Tournefort   inftitutiones  rei  herbaria?. 

III.  tomi.     Parifiis,  1700. 

528  L.  Gulielmi  Harveii  exercitationes  de  generatione  anima- 

lium  quibus  accedunt  qusedam  de  partu,  de  mem- 
branis  ac  humoribus  uteri  et  de  conceptione.  Lon- 
dini,  1 65 1. 

529  L.  Antonii  a  Leeuwenhoek  opera  omnia  feu  arcana  nature 

ope  exactifTimorum  microfcopiorum  detecta.   Tomi 

IV.  Lugduni  Batavorum,   1722. 

54I   L.  Cafpari  Bouhini  theatrum  botanicum.     Bafiless,  1671. 


OCTAVO. 

10  Opptan's  halieuticks,  of  the  nature  of  fifties  and  fiihing 
of  the  ancients.  Tranflated  from  the  Greek;  with  an 
account  of  Oppian's  life  and  writings,  and  a  catalogue 
of  his  fifhes.     Oxford,  1722. 

18  The  botanift's  and  gardener's  dictionary;  comprizing  alfo 
the  gardener's  calender;  with  an  introduction  to  the 
Linnsean  fyftem  of  botany.    London,  1765. 

2 1  Wilfon's  treatife  on  electricity.     Second  edition.     London, 

1752. 

44  Spectacle  de  la  nature;  or  nature  difplayed;  being  di£ 
courfes  on  natural  hiftory;  with  plates.  Tranflated 
from  the  original  French,  by  Mr.  Humphreys.  Third 
edition.     3  vols.     London,  1736. 

61 


Natural  Hi/lory.     Oftavo.  79 

61  Henckel's  pyrltologia;  01  a  hiflory  of  the  pyrites;  in 
which  are  confidered  its  names,  ipecies,  beds  and  ori- 
gin; its  iron,  copper,  &c.  Tranllated  from  the  Ger- 
man.    London,  1757. 

79  Parfon's  philofophical  obfervations  on  the  analogy  between 
the  propagation  of  animals  and  that  of  vegetables ;  ia 
which  are  aniwered  fome  objections  againft  the  indivisi- 
bility of  the  foul,  deduced  from  late  experiments  upon 
the  polypus,    &c.     London,  1752. 

98  Burnet's  facred  theory  of  the  earth;  containing  an  account 
of  its  original  creation,  &c.  with  memoirs  of  the  au- 
thor's life.     Seventh  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1 749. 

fill    See  page  33;    (Civil  Hiflory.) 

137  Boyle's  works,  epitomized;  with  plates.  By  Richard 
Boulton.     4  vols.     London,  1699. 

154  Theophraftus's  hiflory  of  ftones;  with  an  Engiifh  verfion 
and  notes;  including  the  hiflory  of  gems,  &c.  by  John 
Hill;  alio  two  letters  on  the  colours  of  the  fapphire 
and  turquoife,  and  the  effects  of  diiferent  menilruums 
on  copper.     London,  1746. 

-j-  177  Derham's  phyfico-theology;  or  a  demonftration  of  the 
being  and  attributes  of  God,  from  his  works  of  crea- 
tion; with  notes  and  obfervations.  Eighth  edition. 
London,  1732. 

228  Acoita's  naturall  and  morall  biftorie  of  the  Eaft  and  Weft 
Indies.  Tranflated  out  of  the  Spaniih,  by  E.  G.  Lon- 
don, 1604. 

*  230 — 6  The  Virginian  filk-worm;   or  the  manner  of  feeding 

filk- worms.     London,     1655. 

*  261 — 1   Shrigley's  relation  of  Virginia  and  Maryland;    with 

the  commodities  therein.     London,  1669. 

279  Blair's  botanic  eiTays;   with  figures.     London,  1720. 

309  Olavi  Celiii  hiero-botamcum.  Upfal,  1745.  Gift  of  Peter 
Kalm. 

f  391  Le  Cat's  phyfical  eflay  on  the  fenfes.  Tranflated  from 
the  French.     London,  1750. 

420  Needham's  microfcopical  difcoveries  in  the  natural  hiftory 
of  animals,  plants,  &c.     London,  1745. 

44<* 


8o  Natural  Hi/lory.     O&avo. 

446  BufFon's  natural  hiftory  of  the  horfe;  with  that  of  the 
afs,  bull,  cow,  ox,  fheep,  goat  and  fwine;  and  direc- 
tions for  breeding  and  improving  thofe  animals.  Trans- 
lated from  the  French.     London,  1762. 

449 "J  Lee's  introduction  to  botany;  containing  an  explanation 
&    >      of  the  theory  of  that  fcience;  extracted  from  the  works 
813  J      of  Linnaeus;  with  plates.     Second  edition.     London, 
1765. 

t466] 

&    >Pullein  on  the  culture  of  filk.     London,  1758. 

479  A  chronological  hiftory  of  the  air,  weather,  feafons,  me- 

teors, &c.  in  fundry  places  and  different  times;  more 
particularly  for  the  ipace  of  two  hundred  and  fifty  years; 
with  their  effects  on  animal  bodies.  2  vols.  London, 
1749. 

480  An  attempt  towards  a  natural  hiftory  of  the  foftlls  of  En- 

gland; in  a  catalogue  of  J.  Woodward's  collection  of 
Englifh  foflils.     London,  1729. 

*  494 — 1  Pointer's  rational  account  of  the  weather;  with  three 
eftays  towards  accounting  for  wet  years ;  the  Aurora 
Borealis ;  and  the  plague.    Second  edition.   London, 

1738. 

496  Smith's  natural  hiftory  of  Nevis,  and  the  reft  of  the  En- 
glifh  leeward  Charibee  iflands  in  America;  with  an  in- 
troduction  to   the    art  of    decyphering.      Cambridge, 

1745- 
498  Baker's  attempt  towards  a  natural  hiftory  of  the  polype; 
with  figures.     London,  1743. 

5057  Clare's  motion  of  fluids,  natural  and  artificial;  in  parti- 
&    >      cular  that  of  air  and  weather.     Third  edition.     Lon- 
506  J      don,  1747. 

•(•571  Baker's  employment  for  the  microfcope;  containing  an 
examination  of  falts  and  faline  fubftances,  and  an 
account  of  various  animalcules,  &c.  with  plates. 

572  Whifton's  theory  of  the  earth,  from  its  original  to  the 
confummation  of  all  things.     Sixth  edition.     London, 

*755- 

fir    L  Freke's  treatife    on  the  nature    and  property    of    fire, 
.       ,  f      motion,   electricity,    and  magnetifm.     London,  1752. 

600 


Natural  Hiftory.     O&avo.  81 

600  Maillet's  Telliamed;  or  difccurfes  between  an  Indian  phi- 
lolbpher  and  a  French  miffionary,  on  the  diminution  of 
the  fea,  the  formation  of  the  earth,  the  origin  of  men 
and  animals,  and  other  curious  fubjeftr.  Tranllated 
from  the  French.     London,  1 750. 

619  Thorley's  female  monarchy;  being  an  enquiry  into  the 
nature,  order  and  government  of  bess;  with  a  method 
of  preferving  their  lives.    With  plates.    London,  1 744. 

727  De  Reaumur's  art  of  hatching  and  bringing  up  domeftic 
fowls  of  all  kinds.     London,  1 750. 

f  782  Short's  medicina  Britannica;  or  a  treatife  on  fuch  phyfical 
plants  as  are  generally  found  in  the  fields  or  gardens  in 
Great  Britain;  with  an  appendix,  containing  the  true 
preparation,  prefervation,  ufes  and  dofes  of  moil  forms 
of  remedies  for  private  families.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1747. 

f  784  A  voyage  to  Arabia  Felix,  through  the  Eafcern  Ocean 
and  the  ftraits  of  the  Red  Sea,  made  bv  the  French  in 
1708,  1709  and  1710;  with  an  hiftorical  treatife  of  the 
origin  and  progrefs  of  coffee.     London,  1742. 

785  Gibfon's  true  method  of  dieting  horfes;  containing  ufeful 
obfervations  on  their  marks,  colour,  ihape,  &c.  Third 
edition.     London,  1731. 

788  The  Chriftian  philofopher;  being  a  collection  of  the  beffc 
difcoveries  in  nature;  with  religious  improvements,  by 
Cotton  Mather.     London,  172 1.     Gift  of  David  Bujh. 

f  709   See  page  49,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

S07  Woodward's  natural  hiftory  of  foflils  of  all  kinds,  methodi- 
cally digefted;  with  papers  tending  to  promote  the  know- 
ledge of  minerals,  ores,  &c.     London,  1728. 

894  Saul's  hiftorical  and  philofophical  account  of  the  Baro- 
meter or  weather-glafs ;  wherein  the  ufe  of  that  inftru- 
ment,  the  theory  of  the  atmofphere,  and  the  caufes  of 
its  gravitation  are  explained.     London,  1730. 

*  900 — 3  Penrofe's  treatife  on  electricity.     Oxford,  1752. 

917  Dodd's  efTay  towards  a  natural  hiftory  of  the  herring, 
London,  1752. 

*  030 — 1   The  natural  hiftory  of  mount  Vefuvius;  with  the  ex- 

planation of  the  various  phenomena  that  attend  the 
eruptions  of  this  vulcano.  Tranllated  from  the  Ita- 
lian.    London,  1743. 

—3  Hale's  confi derations  on  the    caufes  of  earthquakes. 
Second  edition.     London,  1750. 

t  958   See  page  $$,    (Civil  Hiflory.) 

L  987 


82  Natural  Hijiory.     O&avo. 

984       1  Directions  for  the  breeding  and  management  of.  filk* 

&  V      worms ;   extracted  from  the  treatiles  of  the  Abbe 

*  1524 — 1  J       Boiffier  de  Sauvages  and  of  Pullein.    Philadelphia, 

1 770.    N0'  984  the  gift  of  the  managers  of  the  Filature, 

■f  987  Porterfield's  treatife  upon  the  eye,  the  mariner  and  phe- 
nomena of  viiion.     2  vols.     Edinburgh,   1 759. 

1024  Wildman's  treatife  on  the  management  of  bees;  with  the 
natural  hiitory  of  thofe  infects,  and  of  wafps,  hornets, 
&c.  with  plates.     Second  edition.     London,  1779. 

%  1025  Ofbeck's  voyage  to  China,  and  the  Eafl:  Indies;  with  a 
voyage  to  Suratte,  by  Olof  Toreen;  an  account  of  the 
Chinefe  hufbandry,  and  a  catalogue  of  Chinefe  animals 
and  plants.  Tranflated  from  the  German,  by  John 
Reinhold  Forfter.     2  vols.     London,  1771. 

1054  An  eflay  on  the  natural  hiftory  of  Guiana,  in  South  Ame- 
rica; containing  a  defcription  of  many  productions  in  the 
animal  and  vegetable  fyflems  of  that  country.  London, 
1769. 

1063  Forfter's  catalogue  of  the  animals  and  plants  of  North 
America.     London,  1.763. 

1 1 19  Linnsei  genera  plantarum.      Stockholm,   1764.       Gift  of 

'John  Bartram. 

1 1 20  Flora  orientalis  Gronovii.     Lyons,   1755.     Gift  of  John 

Bartram, 

H2i  Linnsei  bibliotheca  botanica.  Second  edition.  Amiler- 
dam,  1751.      Gift  of  John  Bartram. 

1 1 22  Gronovii  index  fupelleclilis  lapideae.  Lyons,  1750.  Gift 
of  John  Bartram. 

1 1 3  2  Goldfmith's  hiitory  of  the  earth,  and  animated  nature ; 
with  plates.     8  vols.     London,  1 7  74. 

&     /  Linnsei  fyftema  naturae.    Twelfth  edition.    4  vols.    Stock- 
gf      holm,  1766  and  1767. 

*   TI^9  /  Romans'  natural  hiitory  of  Eafl  and  Weft  Florida;  with 
.  f      maps  and  plates.     Vol.  1.     New  York,  1775. 

1 1 65  Grew's  comparative  anatomy  of  trunks,  and  an  account 
of  their  vegetation ;  with  plates.     London,  1675. 

1178  Pennant's  Britifh  zoology;    containing  a  natural  hiitory  oi 
quadrupedes,  birds,  reptiles,  fillies,  worms,   and  lliells 
with  plates.      Fourth  edition.      4  vols.     Wairington, 
1776.  - 

11S2 


Natural  Hiftory  i    O&avo.  83 

1 1 82  Buffon's  natural  hiftory,  general  and  particular;  with 
plates,  and  occaficnal  obfervations  by  the  translator. 
8  vols.     London,  1781. 

1203  Pulteney's  general  view  of  the  writings  of  Linnxus. 
London,  1781. 

1259  Bryant's  flora  diabetica;  or  hiftory  of  efculent  plants. 
London,  1783. 

1269  Higgins'  philofophical  enay  concerning  light.  Vol.  1. 
London,  1776. 

1273  Brand's  felecl  diflertations  from  the  Amaenitates  acade- 
mics; being  a  fupplement  to  Stillingfleet's  tracls  relat- 
ing to  natural  hiftory.     Vol.  1.     London,  1781. 

1275  Wilfon's  obfervations  relative  to  the  influence  of  climate 
on  vegetable  and  animal  bodies.     London,  1780. 

1289  Rofe's  elements  of  botany;  containing  a  hiftory  of  that 
fcience;  with  plates.     London,  1775. 

1291   Kirvvan's  elements  of  mineralogy.     London,  1784. 

f  13 10  Pearfon's  obfervations  and  experiments  for  inveftigating 
the  chymical  hiftory  of  the  tepid  fprings  of  Buxton; 
and  an  account  of  fome  newly  difcovered  fubftances 
relating  to  feveral  branches  of  chymiftry,  and  animal 
and  vegetable  life;  with  a  hiftory  of  the  atmofphere  of 
the  Pcake,  and  the  form  and  ftrufture  of  the  mountain- 
ous regions  of  Derbyfhire.  With  plates.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1784. 

j  3 18  Hiftoire  naturelle  de  la  France  meridionale.  VI.  toms. 
Paris,  1780. 

*  1 2 19 — 7  Hortus  Uptonenfis;   or  a  catalogue  of  the  ftove  and 

green-houfe  plants  in  Doctor  Fothergill's  garden; 
with  plates.     Gift  of  Dodor  Thomas  Parke. 

*  1320 — 1  Milner's  experiments  and  obfervations  in  electricity; 

with  plates.     London,  1783. 

— 4  Bergman's  outlines  of  mineralogy.     Tianflated  from 
the  Latin,   by  William  Withering.     Birmingham, 

1783. 

*  1469 — 3  Marshall's    arbuftrum    Americanum;     or    American 

grove;  being  an  alphabetical  catalogue  of  foreft 
trees  and  ihrubs,  natives  of  the  American  United 
States;  with  fome  hints  of  their  ufes  in  medicine, 
dyes,  and  domeftic  ceconomy.     Philadelphia,  1785. 

1517 


84  Natural  Hi/lory.     O&avo, 

151 7  The  natural  hiftory  of  Carolina;  with  plates. 

*  1578 — 2  Forfter's  introduction  to  mineralogy;  or  an  accurate 

clarification  of  foffils  and  minerals.    London,  1768. 

— 3  Forfter's  flora  American  feptentrionalis ;   or  catalogue 
of  the  plants  of  North  America.     London,  1771. 

—4  Forfter's  catalogue  of  the  animals  of  North  America. 
London,  1771. 

*  1589— <-2  Experiments  and  confiderations  on  the  generation  of 

plants.    Tranflated  from  the  Latin.    London,  1 747^ 

•\—6  Ottolenghe's  directions  for  breeding  filk- worms.     Phi- 
ladelphia, 1 771. 

1 61 8  Kirwan's  eftimate  of  the  temperature  of  different  latitudes. 
London,  1787. 

*  1627 — I  An  effay  on  the  caufes  of  the  variety  of  complexion 

and  figure  in  the  human  fpecies;  with  ftri&ures  on 
lord  Kaims's  difcourfe  on  the  original  diverfity  of 
mankind.     Philadelphia,  1787. 

1656  L.  Joannis  Raii  fynopfis  methodica  ftirpium  Britannica- 
rum.     Cum  iconibus.     Londini,  1724. 

1669  L,  Joannis  Raii  fynopfis  methodica  avium  etpifcium,  opus 

pofthumum.     Londini,  1713. 

1670  /,.  Joannis  Raii  methodus  plantarum  emendata  et  aucta, 

accedit  methodus  graminurn  juncorum  et  cyperorum 
fpecialis.     Londini,  1703. 

1682  L.  Bernhardi  Vareni  geographia  generalis  cum  fchemati- 
bus.  Ab  Ifaaco  Newton,  Math.  Prof.  Cantabrigt- 
enfis.     Cantabrigian,  1672. 


DUO- 


Natural  Hiftory.     Duodecimo.  85 


DUODECIMO. 

21  Owen's  obfervations  on  the  earths,  rocks,  ftones  and  mi- 
nerals about  Briftol;  and  on  the  nature  of  the  hot- well, 
and  the  virtues  of  its  water.     London,  1754. 

115  Nature  difplayed;  being  difcourfes  of  natural  hiftory; 
with  plates.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  Mr.  Hum- 
phreys.    Sixth  edition.     7  vols.     London,  1672. 

172  Burnet's  facred  theory  of  the  earth;  containing  an  account 
of  all  the  general  changes  which  it  hath  undergone;  or 
is  to  undergo,  till  the  confummation  of  all  things.  2 
vols.     Glafgow,  1753. 

235  Barba's  collection  of  fcarce  treatifes  upon  metals,  mines 
and  minerals.     Second  edition.     London,  1740. 

387  Warder's  monarchy  of  bees;  being  a  new  difcovery  and 
improvement  of  thofe  wonderful  creatures.  Seventh 
edition.     London,  1742. 

506  New  England's  rarities  difcovered;  in  birds,  beafts,  fifh.es, 
plants,  &c.  of  that  country.  By  John  Jofiblyn.  Lon- 
don, 1672. 

59P  A  botanical  lexicon;  in  which  the  terms  of  botany  are  ex- 
plained.    London,  1764. 

597  A  comparative  view  of  the  ftate  and  faculties  of  man, 
with  thofe  of  the  animal  world.     London,  1 766. 

667  Flora  Parifienfis  prodromus,  ou  catalogue  des  plantes,  &c. 
fuivant  la  methode  fexuelle  de  M.  Linnasus.  Par  M. 
Dalibard.     Paris,  1 749.     Gift  of  John  Bar/ram. 

672  Romans'  natural  hiftory  of  Eaft  and  Weft  Florida;  with 
plates.     Vol.i.     New  York,  1775. 

712  Ward's  modern  fyftem  of  natural  hiftory;  containing  ac- 
curate defcriptions  of  animals,  vegetables,  and  mine- 
rals; with  plates.     12  vols,  in  fix.     London,  1775. 

735  Aiken's  calender  of  nature.  Second  edition.  London, 
1785. 

*  783—2  Forreft's  treatife  on  the  monfoons  in  Eaft  India.    Lon- 

don, 1783. 

*  805 — 2  Avis  pour  le  tranfport  par  mer  des  arbres,  &c.     1752. 
810  Cours  d'hiftorie  naturelle.     Vol.6.     Paris,  1770. 

896  L. 


86  Natural  Uijlory.     Duodecimo. 

896  L.  Jacobi  Bernoulli  difTertatio  de  gravitate  iStheris. 
Amftelsedami,  1683. 

029  L.  Fr.  Baconis  de  Verulamio  fylva  fylvarum  five  hiftoria 
naturalis  et  novus  atlas.     Amftelodami,  1648. 

OC2  L.  Claudii  iEliani  de  animalium  natura  libri  XVII. 
Gr'aece  et  Latine.  Gallo  et  Helvetio  interpretibus. 
Geneves,  i5n. 


V.     Voyages  and  Travels. 


FOLIO. 

3  \T  ORDEN's  travels  in  Egypt  and  Nubia;   with 

JL^    plates.    Translated  from  the  original,  and  enlarged 

with  obfervations  from  ancient  and  modern  authors 

that  have  written  on  the  antiquities  of  Egypt,  by 

Dr.  Peter  Templeman.     2  vols.    London,  1757. 

*  l67 

&.  >See  page  10,    (Civil  Hiftory.  J 

1 513') 

J  17  See  page  10,   (Civil  Hiftory.  J 

X  1 8  Seepage  10,  (Civil Hiftory. ) 

{19  Seepage  10,   (Civil Hiftory.) 

32  A  complete  collection  of  voyages  and  travels;  confining 
of  above  fix  hundred  writers;  comprehending  the  rife 
and  progrefs  of  the  art  of  navigation ;  with  the  inven- 
tion and  ufe  of  the  lcad-itone,  and  its  variation.  Pub- 
lifhed  by  John  Harris.     2  vols.     London,  1744. 

42  The  univerfal  traveller;  or  a  complete  account  of  the 
moll  remarkable  voyages  and  travels  of  eminent  men 
of  our  own,  and  other  nations.  By  Patrick  Barclay. 
London,  1735. 

49 


Voyages  and  Travels*     Folio.  87 

49  A  defcription  of  the  Eaft,  and  fome  other  countries;  with 
obfervations  on  Egypt,  by  Richard  Pococke.  2  vols* 
London,  1745. 

f  55  Seepage  11,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

70  "J  Travels    through    different   cities   of    Germany,    Italy, 
&  >      Greece,  and  feveral  parts  of  Afia,  as  far  as  the  banks 

73  j      of  Euphrates,   by  Alexander  Drummond.     London, 

*754- 

74  Purchas's  pilgrims;  containing  the  voyages  made  by  anci- 

ent kings,  patriarchs,  apoftles,  philoibphers  and  others, 
to  the  remote  parts  of  the  known  worlds  with  a  defcrip- 
tion of  all  the  circumnavigations  of  the  globe,  and  the 
voyages  of  Engliihmen  along  the  coafl  of  Africa,  &c. 
5  vols.     London,  1625. 

144  Itinerarium  feptentrionale ;  or  a  journey  through  moft  of 
the  countries  of  Scotland  and  the  north  of  England; 
with  plates.     By  Alexander  Gordon.      1726. 

157  A  collection  of  voyages  and  travels;  fome  from  oiiginal 
munufcripts;  with  plates,  and  a  general  preface,  giving 
an  account  of  the  progrefs  of  navigation,  from  its  ori- 
gin.    8  vols.     London,  1732. 

163  Shaw's  travels;  or  obfervations  relating  to  feveral  parts  of 
Barbary  and  the  Levant.     Oxford,  1738. 

173  Motraye's  travels  through  Europe,  Afia,  and  into  part  of 
Africa.     3  vols.     London,  1730. 

239  Sandy's  travailes;  containing  the  hiftory  of  the  original 
and  prefent  ftate  of  the  Turkifh  empire.  Sixth  edition. 
London,  1658. 

244  Hackluyt's  voyages.     2  vols.     London,  1600. 

271  A  voyage  to  the  Levant;  or  travels  in  the  principal  parts 
of  Afia  Minor,  the  iflands  of  Scio,  Rhodes,  Cyprus, 
Sec.  and  an  account  of  the  moil  confiderable  cities  of 
Egypt,  Syria,  and  the  Holy  Land;  with  plates. 
Tranflated  into  Engliih,  by  J.  W.     London,  1702. 

274  Moryfon's  Itinerary;  containing  his  ten  yeeres  travel! 
through  the  twelve  dominions  of  Germany,  Bohmer- 
land,  Sweitzerland,  Netherland,  Denmarke,  Poland, 
Italy,  Turky,  France,  England,  Scotland,  and  Ire- 
land.    London,  161 7. 

%  275   Seepage  17,  (Civil  HJlory.) 

f  350  See  page  75,   (Natural  Eijhry.) 


88  Voyages  and  Travels.     Folio. 

381  Le  Bruyn's  travels  into  Mofcovy,  Perfia,  and  part  of  the 

Eaft  Indies;  containing  a  defcription  of  whatever  is  re- 
markable in  thofe  countries;  with  plates.  Alfo,  an  ac- 
count of  the  journey  of  Mr.  Ifbrants,  through  Ruffia 
and  Tartary  to  China;  with  remarks  on  the  travels  of 
Sir  John  Chardin  and  Mr.  Ksmpfer.  2  vols.  London, 
1737- 

382  Travels  into   Perfia  and  the   Eaft  Indies,    through   the 

Black  Sea  and  the  country  of  Colchis;  with  plates. 
By  Sir  John  Chardin.     London,  1686. 

383  Herbert's  travels  into  divers  parts  of  Afia  and  Africa; 

defcribing  efpecially  the  Perfian  and  Mogul  empires. 
London,  1638. 

505  Z.  A   collection  of    voyages    and  travels;    with  plates. 
Tranflated  from  foreign  languages  into  Englifh.     4. 

vols.     London,  1704. 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

*5  Keyfler's  travels  through  Germany,  Bohemia,  Hungary, 
Switzerland,  Italy,  and  Lorrain;  with  plates.  Tranf- 
lated from  the  fecond  edition  of  the  German.  Second 
edition.     4  vols.     London,  1756. 


See  page  21,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 


Muller's  voyages  from  Afia  to  America,  for  com»- 
pleating  the  difcoveries  of  the  north-weft  coaft  of 
America;  with  a  fummary  of  the  voyages  made 
by  the  Ruffians  on  the  frozen  fea,  in  fearch  of  a 
north-eaft  paffage.  Tranflated  from  the  High 
Dutch.  "With  maps,  by  Thomas  Jeffreys.  Lon- 
don, 1761.     Second  edition.     London,  1764. 

f  75  A  journal  from  Grand  Cairo  to  Mount  Sinai.  Tranflated 
from  a  manufcript,  written  by  the  prefetto  of  Egypt. 
With  remarks  on  the  origin  of  hierogliphics,  and  the 
mythology  of  the  ancient  Heathens,  by  Robert,  lord 
biihop  of  Clogher.     London,  1753. 

*  87 — 2  The  hiftory  of  Kamtfchatka,  the  Kurilfki  iflands,  and 
the  countries  adjacent;  with  maps  and  cuts.  Tranf- 
lated from  the  Ruffian,  by  James  Grieve.  Glocef- 
ter,  1764.. 

89 


Voyages  and  Travels.     Quarto.  89 

98  Blainville's  travels  through  Holland,  Germany,  Switzer- 
land, but  efpecially  Italy ;  with  maps.  3  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1757. 

no!  Bell's  travels  from  St.  Peterfburg,   in  Ruffia,  to  divers 
&   >      parts   of  Afia.      2   vols.      Glafgow,  1763.     N°*  110 
1 1 1  J       the  gift  of  the  late  proprietaries  of  P-e?infylvania. 

122  Tournefort's  voyage  to  the  Levant;  performed  by  com- 
mand of  the  French  king.  Containing  an  account  of 
the  ancient  and  modern  ftate  of  the  iflands  of  the  Archi- 
pelago, and  of  Constantinople,  the  coafts  of  the 
Black  Sea,  Armenia,  Georgia,  the  frontiers  of  Perfia 
and  Afia  Minor;  with  the  life  of  the  author.  2  vols. 
London,  1718. 

135  A  collection  of  voyages  and  travels;  comprehending  every 
thing  remarkable  in  its  kind,  in  Europe,  Alia,  Africa, 
and  America;  with  plates.     4  vols.     London,  1745. 

164!  Frezier's  voyage  to  the  South  Sea,  and  along  the  coait  of 
&    >■      Peru,  in  the  years  1712,  1713,  and  17 14;  with  plates. 
1 80  J      London,  17 17. 

f  193   See  page  76,   (Natural  Hiflory.) 

225  D'Auteroche's  journey  into  Siberia,  in  the  year  1761; 
with  plates.     Tranflated  from  the  French.     London, 

1770. 

*  258 — 1  A  voyage  round  the  world,  in  his  Britannic  majefty's 
fhip  Endeavour,  in  the  years  1768,  1769,  1770,  and 
1 77 1 ;  with  a  concife  vocabulary  of  the  language  of 
Otaheite.     London,  1771. 

263 1  An  account  of  the  voyages  undertaken  by  the  order  of 
&    >      his  prefent  majefly,  for  making  difcoveries  in  the  fouth- 

266  J  era  hemifphere,  and  performed  by  Byron,  Wallis, 
Carteret,  and  Cook.  Drawn  up  from  the  journals 
which  were  kept  by  the  feveral  commanders,  and  from 
the  papers  of  Jofeph  Banks,  Efquire,  by  John  Hawkef- 
worth.  With  plates,  charts  and  maps.  3  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1773. 

279  Bougainville's  voyage  round  the  world;  performed  by  or- 
der of  his  moll  Chriftian  majefty,  in  the  years  1766, 
1767,  1768,  and  1769;  with  plates.  Tranflated  from 
the  French,  by  John  Reinhold  Forfter.     London,  1772. 

293  Pennant's  tour  in  Scotland,  and  voyage  to  the  Hebrides; 
with  plates.     2  vols.     London,  1774. 

314  Brown's  travels  into  Hungaria,  Servia,  Bulgaria,  Mace- 
donia* Theflaly,  Auftria,  Styria,  Carinthia,  Carniola, 
and  Friuli;  with  figures.     London,  1673. 

M  3J9 


90  Voyages  and  Travels.     Quarto. 

319  Hiftoire  generale  des  voyages;  with  plates.  XVIII.  toms, 
Ala  Haye,  1747.      Gift  of  Thomas  Mifflin,  Ef quire. 

323 1  Forreft's  voyage  to  New  Guinea,    and  the   Moluccas, 

&    >     from  Balambangan;   including  an  account  of  Magin- 

404  J      dano,    Sooloo,    and  other  iilands;    performed  in  the 

years  1774,   1775  and  1776.     With  plates.     London, 

1779.     Second  edition,     London,  1780. 

329  Swinburne's  travels  through  Spain,  in  the  years  1775  an<^ 
1776;  with  plates.     London,  1779. 

331  Cook's  voyage  towards  the  South  Pole  and  round  the 
world;  performed  in  the  years  1772,  t  773,  1774,  and 
1 775 ;  with  captain  Furneaux's  narrative  of  his  pro- 
ceedings in  the  Adventure  during  the  feparation  of  the 
fhips.  With  plates.  Third  edition.  2  vols.  London, 
1779. 

333  Dillon's  travels  through  Spain,  with  a  view  to  illuftrate 
the  natural  hiftory  and  phyfical  geography  of  that  king- 
dom, &c.  with  plates.     London,  1780. 

339  Coxe's  account  of  the  Ruffian  difcoveries  between  Afia 
and  America;  with  the  conqueft  of  Siberia,  and  the 
hiftory  of  the  tranfaclions  and  commerce  between  Ruf- 
fia  and  China.     Second  edition.     London,  1780. 

346  Chandler's  travels  in  Greece;  or  an  account  of  a  tour 
made  at  the  expence  of  the  fociety  of  Dilettanti.  Ox- 
ford, 1776. 

361  Chandler's  travels  in  Afia  Minor.     Oxford,  1775. 

362  Irwin's  adventures  in  the  courfe  of  a  voyage  up  the  Red 

Sea,  on  the  coafts  of  Arabia  and  Egypt,  and  of  a  route 
through  the  defarts  of  Thebais,  in  the  year  1777.  In 
letters  to  a  lady.  With  maps  and  plates.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1780. 

367  Pennant's  tour  in  Wales;  with  plates.     2  vols.     London, 

1778. 

368  Pennant's  journey  from  Cheiler  to  London;  with  plates. 

London,  1782. 

369  Pennant's  journey  to  Snowden;    with  plates.      London, 

1781. 

376  Forfter's  voyage  round  the  world,  in  his  Britannic  majef- 

ty's  Hoop  Refolution,  commanded  by  explain  James 
Cook;  in  the  years  1772,  1773,  1774,  and  1775.  2 
vols.     London,  1777. 

377  Swinburne's  travels  in  the  two  Sicilies;    with  plates.     2 

vols.     London,  1783. 

3S4 


Voyages  and  Travels.     Quarto.  91 

.384  Brace's  memoirs;  containing  an  account  of  his  travels  in 
Germany,  Ruftia,  Tartary,  Turkey,  the  Weft  Indies, 
Sec.     London,  1782. 

•  386 — 4  Capper's  obfervations  on  the  paflage  to  India,  through 

Egypt,  and  acrofs  the  Great  Defart,  &c.     London, 
1783. 

390  Wyndham's  tour  through  Monmouthfhire  and  Wales; 
made  in  the  years  1774  and  1777;  with  plates.  Second 
edition.     Salifbury,  1781. 

393  Cook's  voyage  to  the  Pacific  Ocean,  in  the  (hips  Refolu- 
tion  and  Difcovery,  in  the  years  1776,  1777,  1778, 
1779,  and  1780;  with  maps  and  charts.  3  vols.  The 
firft  and  fecond  volumes  were  written  by  captain  James 
Cook,  and  the  third  by  captain  James  King.  London, 
1784. 

398  Phipps's  voyage  towards  the  North  Pole;   undertaken  in 

the  year  1773.     With  plates.     London,  1784. 

399  Coxe's  travels  into  Poland,    Ruffia,    Sweden,   and  Den- 

mark; interfperfed  with  hiftorical  relations  and  political 
enquiries;  with  charts  and  plates.  2  vols.  London, 
1784. 

*  412 — 2  Dalrymple's  travels  through  Spain  and  Portugal,   in 

the  year  1774;  w^h  a  fhort  account  of  the  Spanifh 
expedition  againft  Algiers,  in  1775.    London,  1777* 

426  Sparrman's  voyage  to  the  cape  of  Good  Hope,  towards 
the  Antarctic  Polar  Circle,  and  round  the  world ;  from 
the  year  1772  to  1776;  with  plates.     Tranflated  from 
.  the  Swediih  original.     2  vols.     London,  1785. 

455  Forfter's  hiflory  of  the  voyages  and  difcoveries  made  in 
the  north;  with  maps.  Tranflated  from  the  German. 
London,  1786. 

458  Jeffreys'  account  of  voyages  made  by  the  Ruffians,  from 
Afia  to  America,  for  compleating  the  difcoveries  of  the 
north- weft  coaft  of  America;  with  maps.  London, 
1 761. 

*  465 — 16  Dickenfon's  journal  of  the  travels  of  feveral  perfons 

who  were  caft  away  among  the  indians  of  Florida. 
Philadelphia,  1699. 

*  47 8 — 7  Travels  from  New-Hampfhire  to  Caratuck,  in  North 

America,  by  George  Keith.     London,  1706. 

482  Nouveau  voyage  aux  ifles  de  l'Amerique  avec  des  figures, 
&c.     II.  toms.     Ala  Haye,  1724. 


o2  Voyages  and  Travels.     Quarto. 

483  Hiftoire  et  defcription  generale  de  la  nouvelle  France  avec 
le  journal  hiftorique  d'un  voyage  dans  l'Amerique  fep- 
tentrionale.     III.  toms.     A  Paris,  1744. 

509  An  account  of  the  Pelew  iflands,  fituated  in  the  weftern 
part  of  the  Pacific  ocean;  compofed  from  the  journals 
and  communications  ©f  captain  Henry  Wilfon,  and 
fome  of  his  officers,  by  George  Keate;  with  plates, 
London,  1788. 


6  C  T  A  V  O. 

32  A  collection  of  voyages,  difcoveries  and  travels;  con- 
taining  whatever  is  worthy  of  notice  in  Europe,  Afia, 
Africa,  and  America;  with  maps,  plans  and  plates. 
7  vols.     London,   1767. 

39 1  Bofwell's  account  of  Corfica;    being  the  journal  of  a 
&  >      tour  to  that  ifland;    and  memoirs    of   Pafcal    Paoli; 
1 24  J      with  a  map  of  Corfica.       Second  edition.      London, 
1768. 

40  Letters  from  Italy;  defcribing  the  cuftoms  and  manners 
of  that  country,  in  the  years  1765  and  1766;  with  an 
admonition  to  gentlemen  who  pafs  the  Alps,  in  their 
tour  through  Italy,  by  Samuel  Sharp.  Third  edition. 
London. 

42  A  view  of  the  cuftoms,  manners,   drama,    &c.  of  Italy, 

as  they  are  defcribed  in  the  Frufta  Litteraria,   and  in 

the  account  of  Italy,  written  by  Mr.  Baretti ;  compared 

with  the  letters  from  Italy,  written  by  Mr.  Sharp.     By 

Samuel  Sharp.     London,   1768. 

76  An  account  of  a  voyage  for  the  difcovery  of  a  north-weft 
paffage,  by  Hudfon's  ftraight,  to  the  weftern  and  fouth- 
ern  ocean  of  America;  performed  in  the  year  1746  and 
1747,  in  the  {hip  California,  commanded  by  Francis 
Smith.     By  the  clerk  of  the  fhip.     London,  1 748. 

ioi"l  A  new  voyage  to  Italy;  with  obfervations  on  Germany, 

&    >      Switzerland,  Savoy,  Geneva,  Flanders,  and  Holland; 

219  J      and  inftrutfions  for  thofe  who  mail  travel  thither,  by 

Maximilian  Miffon.     Fifth  edition.     4  vols.     London, 

J15 


Voyages  and  Travels.     O&avo.  93 

115I  Lahontan's  account  of  voyages  to  North  America;  con- 

&    >      taining  a  defcriptlon  of  the  feveral  nations  of  that  vail 

1 16  J       continent;   their  cuftoms,  commerce,  &c.     Tranflated 

from  the  French.     Second  edition.     2  vols.     London, 

1735.     N°*  115  the  Gift  of  Richard  Wiflar. 


171I 

2743 


A  collection  of  voyages ;    with  maps  and  draughts, 
vols.     London,  1729. 


j  73  Travels  through  the  Low  Countries,  Germany,  Italy,  and 
France;  with  curious  obfervations,  and  a  catalogue  of 
plants,  found  fpontaneoufly  growing  in  thofe  parts, 
with  an  account  of  their  virtues.  By  John  Ray.  Alfo, 
an  account  of  the  travels  of  Francis  Willoughby, 
through  great  part  of  Spain.  Second  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1737. 

227 — 8  A  voyage  to  the  Eaft  Indies.     1607. 

229  Virginia  richly  valued,  by  the  defcription  cf  the  mains 
land  of  Florida,  her  next  neighbour;  out  of  the  foure 
yeeres  continual!  travel!  and  difcoverie  of  Don  Ferdinan- 
do  de  Soto,  and  fix  hundred  able  men  in  his  companie. 
Tranflated  out  of  Portuguefe,by  Richard  Hakluit.  Lon- 
don, 1509. 

226  A  journal  of  a  voyage  to  the  South  Seas  and  round  the 
globe,  in  his  majefty's  ltiip  Centurion,  under  the  com- 
mand of  commodore  George  Anion.  By  Pafcoe  Tho- 
mas, teacher  of  the  mathematics  on  board  the  Centurion. 
London,  1745. 

249  Hennepin's  new  difcovery  of  a  vail:  country  in  America, 
extending  above  four  thoufand  miles,  between  New 
France  and  New  Mexico;  with  a  defcription  of  the 
lakes,  cataracts,  rivers,  plants,  and  animals;  and  an 
account  of  the  manners,  cuftoms,  and  languages  of 
the  feveral  nations  of  indians.     London,  1698. 

284  The  hiftory  of  the  buccaniers  in  America;  containing  the 
adventures  of  Lolonois,  R.oche  Braliliano,  Bat  the  Por« 
tuguefe,  Sir  Henry  Morgan,  &c.  and  an  account  of 
their  voyages,  &c.  with  plates.  Third  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1704. 

286"!  A  voyage  to  South  America;  defcribing  the  Spanifh  cities, 
&  >  towns,  provinces,  &c.  on  that  extenfive  continent;  with 
4183  reflections  on  the  religion,  civil  policy,  genius,  cuftoms, 
manners,  &c.  of  the  inhabitants.  Undertaken  by  the 
command  cf  the  king  of  Spain,  by  Don  George  Juan 
and  Don  Antonio  de  Ulloa.  Tranflated  from  the  Spa- 
nifh.    With  plates.     2  vols.     London,  1760. 

338 


94  Voyages  and  Travels,     Oclavo. 

338  The  travels  and  adventures  of  Edward  Brown,  Eiquire; 
containing  his  obfervations  on  France  and  Italy;  his 
voyage  to  the  Levant;  his  account  of  the  ifle  of  Malta; 
his  remarks  in  his  journey  through  Lower  and  Upper 
Egypt;  with  a  brief  defcription  of  the  Abyffinian  em- 
pire.    London,  1739. 

413  The  memoirs  of  Charles  Lewis,  baron  de  Pollnitz;  being 
the  obfervations  he  made  in  his  travels  from  Pruffia 
through  Germany,  Italy,  France,  Flanders,  Holland, 
England,  &c.  in  letters  to  his  friends.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1737. 

45  7  The  hiflory  of  the  travels  and  adventures  of  the  chevalier 
John  Taylor.  Written  by  himfelf.  3  vols.  London, 
1761. 

486!  Anfon's  voyage  round  the  world,    in  the  years  1740, 
&    >      1 741,   1742  and  1743;  compiled  from  his  papers,  by 
766  J       Richard  Walter.    Tenth  edition.    1762.    And  lixth  edi- 
tion.    London,  1749. 

517  The  travels  of  the  Jefuits  into  various  parts  of  the  world; 
compiled  from  their  letters;  giving  an  account  of  the 
manners,  government,  religion,  &c.  of  the  feveral  na- 
tions vifited  by  thofe  fathers;  with  extracts  from  other 
travellers,  and  mifcellaneous  notes.  By  Mr.  Lockman. 
2  vols.     London,  1743. 

531 1  The  prefent  ftate  of  the  cape  of  Good  Hope;  or  a  parti- 
&    >      cular  account  of  the  feveral  nations  of  Hottentots; 

532  J  their  religion,  laws,  cuftoms,  &c.  with  a  fhort  account 
of  the  Dutch  fettlement  at  the  cape.  Written  in  High 
German,  by  Peter  Kolben,  and  tranflated  into  Engliih, 
by  Mr.  Medley.  Second  edition.  2  vols.  London, 
1738. 

543  Commodore  Byron's  voyage  round  the  world,  in  the  fhip 
Dolphin;  containing  an  account  of  the  feveral  places, 
people,  plants,  animals,  &c.  feen  in  the  voyage ;  with 
a  defcription  of  the  ftraights  of  Magellan,  and  the  feven 
iflands  lately  difcovered  in  the  South  Seas.  By  an  of- 
ficer on  board  the  faid  fhip.     London,  1767. 

55%  Travels  through  France  and  Italy;  with  a  particular  de- 
fcription of  the  town  of  Nice.  By  T.  Smollet.  2  vols. 
London,  1766. 

*  56$ — 1  Chriftian  Frederick  Poll's  fecond  journal,  on  a  menage 
from  the  governor  of  Pennfylvania,  to  the  indians 
on  the  Ohio.     London,  1759. 

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Voyages  and  Travels.     O&avo.  95 

576  Travels  in  Egypt  and  Nubia,  by  Frederick  Lewis  Norden. 
Tranflated  from  the  Daniih,  with  obfervations  from  an- 
cient and  modern  authors,   by  Dr.  Peter  Templeman. 

2  vols.     London,  1757. 

617  Adanfon's  voyage  to  Senegal,  the  ifle  of  Goree,  and  the 
river  Gambia.  Tranilated  from  the  French,  with  notes, 
by  an  Engiifh  gentleman  who  refided  in  that  country. 
London,  1759. 

664  Ellis's  voyage  to  Hudfon's  Bay,  in  the  years  1746  and 
1747,  for  difcovering  a  north- welt  pafTage;  with  a  fur- 
vey  of  the  coaft;  a  fliort  natural  hiftory  of  the  country; 
a  view  of  the  facts  and  arguments  which  render  fuch  a 
paiTage  probable;  and  an  account  of  the  attempts  hi- 
therto made  for  finding  a  pafTage.  With  plates  and  a 
chart  of  the  countries  adjacent.     London,  1748. 

677  The  naval  chronicle;  or  voyages,  travels,  expeditions,  and 
remarkable  exploits  of  the  moil:  celebrated  Engiifh  na- 
vigators, travellers,  and  fea  commanders,  from  the  ear- 
lieit  accounts  to  the  end  of  the  year  1759;  with  the 
lives  of  the  moft  eminent  Britiih  admirals  and  feamen. 

3  vols.     London,  1760. 

-f-  696  See  page  47,   (Civil  Hiftory.) 

747  Travels  through  part  of  Europe,  Afia  Minor,  the  iflands 
of  the  Archipelago;  Syria,  Paleftine,  Egypt,  Mount 
Sinai,  &c.  by  I.  iEgidius  Van  Egmont  and  John  Hey- 
man.  Tranilated  from  the  Low  Dutch.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1759. 

751  The  voyages,  dangerous  adventures  and  imminent  efcapes 
of  captain  Richard  Falconer;  containing  an  account  of 
the  laws,  cufloms  and  manners  of  the  indians  in  Ame- 
rica; with  the  voyages  and  adventures  of  Thomas  Ran- 
dal.    London,  1720. 

760  Charlevoix's  journal  of  a  voyage  to  North  America,  un- 
dertaken by  command  of  the  French  king.  Tranflated 
from  the  French.     2  vols.     London,  1 761. 

763  Gage's  travels  through  the  main  land  of  South  America. 
(Prefixed  to  the  New  American  magazine  for  1758, 
1759  and  part  of  1760.  2  vols.)  Woodbridge,  New 
Jerfey.      Gift  of  jfcfiab  Hezues. 

f  784  See  page  Si,   (Natural  Hiftory.) 

796 


9 6  Voyages  and  Travels,     Oclavo. 

796"  Hacke's  collection  of  voyages;  containing  Cowley's 
voyage  round  the  globe;  Sharp's  journey  to  the  ifthmus 
of  Darien,  and  expedition  to  the  South  Seas;  Wood's 
voyage  through  the  ftraights  of  Magellan;  and  Robert's 
adventures  among  the  corfairs  of  the  Levant.  London, 
1699. 

797  A  voyage  round  the  world,  began  in  the  year  17 19,  by 
William  Betah.     London,  1728. 

*  799 — 4.  A  voyage  to  Shetland,  the.  Orkneys,  and  the  Weftern 
Ifles  of  Scotland.     London,  1 75 1. 

860  A  journey  from  Aleppo  to  Damafcus ;  with  a  defcription 

of  thofe  two  cities,  and  the  neighbouring  parts  of  Sy- 
ria; alfo  an  account  of  the  Maronites,  and  the  adven- 
tures of  Moitapha.     London,  1736. 

861  A  journey  through  Italy,  Greece,  Egypt,  and  Paleftine; 

alfo,  through  Swiflerland,  Alfatia  and  the  Netherlands; 
in  the  years  1721,  1722  and  1723.  Written  by  a 
French  officer.     Second  edition.     London,  1739. 

865  A  new  voyage  to  Guinea;  defcribing  the  cuftoms,  man- 
ners, foil,  climate,  &c.  and  whatever  elfe  is  memorable 
among  the  inhabitants,  by  William  Smith.  Second 
edition.     London,  1745. 

907  A  voyage  to  Abiffinia,  by  father  Jerome  Lobo,  a  Portu- 
guefe  Jefuit;  with  a  continuation  of  the  hiftory  of  Abif- 
finia to  the  beginning  of  the  eighteenth  century,  by  Mr. 
Le  Grand.     London,  1735. 

919  A  cruizing  voyage  round  the  world;  firft  to  the  South 
Seas,  thence  to  the  Eaft  Indies,  and  homewards  by  the 
cape  of  Good  Hope,  in  the  years  1708  and  1709.  By 
captain  Woodes  Rogers.     London,  1728. 

931  The  hiftory  of  trauayle  in  the  Weft  and  Eaft  Indies,  and 
other  countreys  lying  eyther  way,  towardes  the  rVloluc- 
caes;  as  Mofcouia,  Perfia,  Arabia,  Syria,  iEgypte, 
Ethiopia,  Guinea,  China  in  Cathayo,  and  Giapan; 
with  a  difcourfe  of  the  north-weft  patfage.  Gathered 
in  parte  and  done  into  Englyflie  by  Richarde  Eden> 
and  finilhed  by  Richarde  VVilles.     London,  1577. 

934  A  voyage  to  the  South  Seas  in  the  year  1 740-1;  contain- 
ing a  narrative  of  the  lofs  of  the  fhip  Wager,  on  a  de- 
folate  ifland,  <Scc.  by  John  Bulkeley  and  John  Cummins* 
Second  edition.  Philadelphia,  1757.  Gift  of  Mofes 
Forjler. 

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Voyages  and  Travels.     O&avo.  97 

946  A  voyage  to  Mount- Libanus ;  containing  an  account  of 
the  cuitoms,  manners,  &c.  of  the  Turks;  and  a  de- 
fcription  of  Candia,  Nicofia,  Tripoli,  Alexandretta, 
&c.  with  remarks  upon  feveral  paffages  relating  to  the 
Turks  and  Maronites.  Written  in  Italian,  by  Jerome 
Dandini,     London,  1698. 

966  Ancient  accounts  of  India  and  China,  by  two  Mohamme- 
dan travellers  in  the  ninth  century.  Tranflated  from 
the  Arabic,  with  notes,  by  Eufebius  Renaudot.  Lon- 
don, 1733. 

1002  Obfervations  on  Italy  and  its  inhabitants.  Tranflated  in- 
to EngliPn,  by  Thomas  Nugent.  2  vols.  London, 
1769. 

n     I  Kalm's  travels  into  North  America;  with  plates.    3  vols, 

1 496  J      WarrinSton'  I77°- 

£  1025   See  page  82,  (Natural  Hiftory.) 

1038  Commodore  Byron's  narrative  of  an  expedition  round 
the  world;  containing  an  account  of  the  diftrefTes  fuf- 
fered  by  himfelf  and  his  companions  on  the  coafl  of 
Patagonia;  from  the  year  174c,  till  their  arrival  in  En- 
gland in  the  year  1 746.     London. 

1041  Baretti's  journey  from  London  to  Genoa,  through  En- 
gland, Portugal,  Spain  and  France.  Third  edition.  4 
vols.     London,  1770. 

1067  Dickinfon's  account  of  the  remarkable  deliverance  of 
Robert  Barrow,  &c.  when  ihip-wrecked  among  the  Ca- 
nibals  of  Florida.  Fourth  edition.  Philadelphia,  1 75 1. 
Gift  of  Thomas  Bradford. 

1074  Travels  through  Sicily,  and  that  part  of  Italy  formerly 

called  Magna  Graecia;  and  a  tour  through  Egypt. 
Tranflated  by  J.  R.  Forfter.     London,  1773. 

1075  Pennant's  tour  in  Scotland;  with  plates.     Second  edition. 

London,  1772. 

1 09 1  Travels  through  Holland,  Flanders,  Germany,  Denmark, 

Sweden,  Lapland,  Ruffia,  the  Ukraine  and  Poland;  in, 
the  years  1768,  1769,  and  1770,  by  Jofeph  Marshall. 
Second  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1772. 

1092  A  journey  from  Aleppo  to  Jerufalem;  at  Eafter,  A.  D. 

1 69  7.     By  Henry  Maundrell.     Oxford,  1 749. 

1 1 04 

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9 8  Voyages  and  Travels.     O&avo. 

1 104  An  account  of  the  new  northern  Archipelago,  lately  dis- 
covered by  the  Ruffians;  with  the  adventures  of  four 
Ruffian  failors,  who  were  caft  away  on  the  defert  ifland 
of  Eaft-Spitzbergen,  by  John  Von  Straehlin.  London, 
1774. 

f  *  1 1 10 — 1  "J  Jones's  journal  of  two  vifits  made  to  fome  nations 
&  >      of  indians  on  the  Ohio,  in  the  years  1772  and 

f*  1524— 33       1773.     Burlington,  1774. 

1 1 15  A  tour  through  Sicily  and  Malta,  in  a  feries  of  letters  to 

William  Beckford,  Efquire,  by  P.  Brydone.  2  vols. 
London,  1774- 

1 1 16  An  account  of  a  voyage  round  the  world,   in  the  years 

1768,  1769,  1770,  and  1771;  undertaken  by  order  of 
his  prefent  majefly,  by  captain  James  Cook,  in  the  (hip 
Endeavour;  drawn  up  from  his  journal,  and  the  papers 
of  Jofeph  Banks,  Efquire,  by  John  Hawkefworth. 
With  plates.  2  vols.  New  York,  1774.  Gift  of  Ro- 
bert Aithen. 

1 1 71  ~)  Carver's  travels  through  the  interior  parts  of  North 

1 1 72  (      America,  for  more  than  five  thoufand  miles,  in  the 
&  f      years  1766,    1767  and  1768;  to  which  is  prefixed 

*  1333 — ij      an  account  of    the   author's  life.      With  plates. 

Third   edition.      Dublin,   1779.      London,    1781. 

Philadelphia,    1784.     N°*  11 72   the  gift  of  Doftor 

Thomas  Parke.      N°*  1333  the  gift  of  Jofeph   Cruk- 

fhank. 

1 1 88  Moore's  view  of  fociety  and  manners  in  France,  Switzer- 

land and  Germany;  with  anecdotes  relating  to  fome 
eminent  characters.     Fifth  edition.     2  vols.     London, 

1783. 

1 1 89  Moore's  view  of  fociety  and  manners  in  Italy;  with  anec- 

dotes relating  to  fome  eminent  characters.  Third  edi- 
tion.    2  vols.     London,  1783. 

1 1 90  Letters  frOm  Italy;  defcribing  the  manners,  cuitcms,  an- 

tiquities, paintings,  &c.  of  that  country,  in  the  years 
1770  and  1771.  By  an  Englifh  woman.  Second  edi- 
tion.    2  vols.     London,  1777. 

1 191  Ferber's   travels  through  Italy,    in  the  years   1771   and 

1772;  defcribing  the  natural  hiftory,  particularly  the 
mountains  and  volcanos  of  that  country.  Tranflated 
from  the  German,  with  notes,  and  a  preface  on  the 
prefent  (late  and  future  improvement  of  mineralogy, 
by  R.  E.  Rafpe.     London,  1776. 

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Voyages  and  Travels.     O&avo.  99 

1206  Wraxall's  tour  through  fome  of  the  northern  parts  of  Eu- 
rope, particularly  Copenhagen,  Stockholm  and  Peterf- 
burgh.     Third  edition.     London,  1776. 

1220  Travels  in  Europe,  Afia,  and  Africa;  defcribing  charac- 
ters, cuftoms,  manners,  laws,  and  productions  of  nature 
and  art.  Begun  in  1777,  and  finilhed  in  178 1.  2  vols. 
London,  1782. 

I225  Coxe's  fketches  of  the  natural,  civil  and  political  ftate  of 
Switzerland.      Second  edition.     London,  1780. 

■j*  1242  A  journal  of  the  life,  travels,  and  labours  in  the  work  of 
the  miniftry,  of  John  Griffith;  with  his  brief  remarks 
upon  fundry  important  fubjects.     Philadelphia,  1780. 

1249  A  narrative  of  Cook's  voyage  to  the  Pacific  ocean;  in  the 
years  1776,  1777,  1778,  1779,  and  1780.  Philadel- 
phia, 1783. 

1258  Carter's  journey  from  Gibraltar  to  Malaga;  with  plates. 
2  vols.     London,  1777. 

2261  Letters  from  an  American  farmer;  defcribing  certain  pro- 
vincial fituations,  manners,  and  cuftoms;  and  convey- 
ing fome  idea  of  the  late  interior  circumftances  of  the 
Britifh  colonies  in  North  America.  By  J.  Hector  St. 
John.     London,  1783. 

f  1262  See  page  57,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 

1270  Von  TroiPs  letters  on  Iceland;  containing  obfervations  on 
the  natural  hiftory  of  the  country,  antiquities,  manners 
and  cuftoms  of  the  inhabitants,  &c.  made  during  a 
voyage  undertaken  in  the  year  1772.  With  plates. 
Third  edition.     London,  1783. 

1274  Thicknene's  year's  journey  through  France  and  part  of 
Spain;  with  plates.     Second  edition.    2  vols.    London, 

1778. 

1287  Richardfon's  anecdotes  of  the  Ruffian  empire.     London, 

1784. 

12S8  Johnfon's  journey  to  the  Weftern  Iflands  of  Scotland. 
London,  1784. 

I334  The  fhipwreck  and  adventures  of  Pierre  Viaud.  Tranf- 
lated  from  the  French,  by  Mrs.  Griffith.  London, 
1771. 

1377  Smyth's  tour  in  the  United  States  of  America.  2  vols. 
London,  1784. 

I37S 


loo  Voyages  and  Travels.     O&avo. 

1378  Sulivan's  tour  through  parts  of  England,  Scotland  and 
Wales,  in  the  year  1778.  Second  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1785. 

X399  Letters  from  Portugal,  Spain,  Italy  and  Germany;  in 
the  years  1759,  1760  and  1761,  by  Chriftopher  Her- 
vey.     3  vols.     London,  1785. 

1 4 14  Bofwell's  journal  of  a  tour  to  the  Hebrides,  with  Doctor 
Samuel  Johnfon;  and  an  authentic  account  of  the  dif- 
treffes  and  efcape  of  the  grand-fon  of  king  James  the 
fecond,  in  the  year  1746.     London,  1785. 

1428  Thicknefle's  journey  through  the  Auftrian  Netherlands ; 
with  plates.     Second  edition.     London,  1786. 

1445  Savary's  letters  on  Egypt;  with  plates.     2  vols.    London, 

178$. 

1446  Grofe's  voyage  to  the  Eaft  Indies;  with  plates.     London, 

1460  Chaftellux's  travels  in  North  America,  in  the  years  1780, 
1 781  and  1782;  with  plates.  Tranflated  from  the 
French,  with  notes  by  the  tranflator.     2  vols.    London. 

1466 — 1  A  journal  kept  on  a  journey  from  BafTora  to  Bagdad; 
over  the  Little  Defert  to  Aleppo,  Cyprus,  Rhodes, 
Zante,  Corfu,  and  Otranto  in  Italy;  in  the  years 
1779.     Horiham,  1784. 

— 2  Douglafs's  travelling  anecdotes,  through  various  parts 
of  Europe;  with  plates.     Second  edition.    London, 

I7S5. 
t  1507  Robfon's  account  of  fix  years  refidence  in  Hudfon's  Bay; 
with  plates.     London,  1752. 

151 2 — 1  Brainerd's  journal  among  the  indians;  containing  an 
account  of  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  the  work  of 
grace  amongft  a  number  of  the  indians  in  New 
Jerfey  and  Pennfylvania;  with  fome  general  re- 
marks.    Philadelphia,  1746. 

7524 — 4^  Beatty's  journal  of   a  two  month's  tour,  with  a 
&  >      view  of  promoting  religion  among  the  frontier 

T    '  J5^4 — 4  J      inhabitants  of  Pennfylvania.     London,  1768, 

l5Z&  Journal  hiftorique  du  dernier  voyage  de  M.  De  la  Sale 
dans  le  Golfe  de  Mexique.    Par  M.  Jontel.    Paris,  1 7 1 3. 

1 60 1   Capper's  obfervations  on  the  paffage  to  India,   through 
Egypt;    alfo   by  Vienna,    through   Conftantinople   to 
Aleppo,    and  from  thence  by  Bagdad  and  acrofs  the 
Great  Defert  to  EaiToraj  with  plates.     Third  edition. 
London,  1785. 

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Voyages  and  Travels,     Octavo..  101 

1609  Volney's  travels  through  Syria  and  Egypt,  in  the  years 

1783,   1784  and  1785;   with  plates.     Tranflated  from 
the  French.     2  vols.     London,  1787. 

1610  Riefbeck's  travels  through  Germany.      Tranflated  from 

the  German,  by  Mr.  Maty.     3  vols.     London,  1787. 

*  1628 — 5  Seward's  journal  of  a  voyage  from  Savanna  to  Phi- 
ladelphia, and  from  Philadelphia  to  England,  in 
the  year  1740,  with  George  Whitefield.  London, 
1 740.      Gift  of  Zacbariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

1632 — 11  Le  Poivre's  travels  of  a  Phil ofopher;  containing  ob- 
fervations  on  the  manners  and  arts  of  various  nati- 
ons in  Africa  and  Afia.  Tranflated  from-  the 
French.  Philadelphia,  1778.  Gift  of  Zacbariah 
Poulfon,  junr. 

1638  Sketches  of  fociety  and  manners  in  Portugal;  in  a  feries 
of  letters  from  Arthur  William  Coftigan,  to  his  brother 
in  London.     2  vols.     London,  1787. 

J678  L.  Bernhardt  Vareni   defcriptio  regni  Iaponise  et   Siam. 
Cantabrigise,  1673. 


DUODECIMO. 

103  An  univerfal  hiftory  of  voyages  and  travels;  collected 
from  authors  in  all  languages,    z  vols.    London,  1 754. 

*f~  176  See  page  66,   (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

^    /  A  tour  through  the  ifland  of  Great  Britain,  by  a  gentle- 
^  f      man.     Third  edition.     4  vols.     London,  1 742. 

226  Plaifted's  journal  from  Calcutta  in  Bengal,  by  fea,  to 
BufTerat;  from  thence  acrofs  the  Great  Defert  to  Alep- 
po; and  from  thence  to  Marfeiiles  and  through  France 
to  England,  in  the  year  1750.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1758. 

245  A  journal  of  a  voyage  to  Liibon,  by  Henry  Fielding. 
London,  1755. 

7.55  Pollnitz's  memoirs;  being  the  obfervations  he  made  in  his 
travels  through  Germany,  Italy,  France,  England,  &c. 
with  the  characters  of  the  principal  perfons  at  the  feve- 
ral  courts.     Third  edition.     5  vols.     London,  1 745. 

286 


102  Voyages  and  Travels.     Duodecimo. 

286  Bifhop  Burnet's  travels  through  France,  Italy,  Germany, 
and  Switzerland;  with  an  appendix,  containing  remarks 
on  Switzerland  and  Italy,  by  a  perfon  of  quality. 
London,  1750. 

317  D'Arvieux's  travels  in  Arabia  the  Defert;  with  a  general 
defcription  of  Arabia,  by  Sultan  lfhmael  Abulfeda. 
Translated  into  Englifh,  with  notes  and  plates.  Second 
edition.     London,  1732. 

334  Nugent' s  grand  tour;  containing  a  description  of  mod  of 
the  cities,  towns,  and  remarkable  places  of  Europe. 
4  vols.     London,  1 749. 

341  A  compendium  of  the  moft  approved  modern  travels; 
containing  a  diitinft  account  of  the  religion,  govern- 
ment, commerce,  &c.  of  feveral  nations.  4  vols. 
London,  1757. 

350  A  relation  of  the  minions  of  Paraguay,  wrote  in  Italian, 
by  Mr.  Muratori,  and  now  tranflated  into  Englifh  from 
the  French  tranflation.     London,  1 759. 

386  A  lady's  travels  into  Spain;  defcribing  the  devotions,  nun- 
neries, humour,  cuftoms,  &c.  of  that  people;  with  mo- 
dern adventures.      Tenth  edition.      2  vols.      London, 

1735- 

397  Wefley's  journal,  from  his  embarking  for  Georgia,  to  his 
return  to  London.     Briftol. 

439")  Letters  written  by  lady  Mary  Wortley  Montague,  dur- 

&    >      ing  her  travels  in  Europe,  Afia,  and  Africa;  contain- 

459 3      ing,  among  other  curious  relations,   accounts  of  the 

policy  and  manners  of  the  Turks.     3  vols.     London, 

1768. 

j-  449  An  abridgement  of  David  Brainerd's  journal  among  the 
indians;  or  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  a  remarkable  work 
of  grace  among  a  number  of  indians  in  New  Jerfey  and 
Pennfylvania.     London,  1748. 

462  A  voyage  to  Peru ;  performed  by  the  Conde  of  St.  Malo, 
in  the  years  1745,  1746,  1747,  1748,  and  1749;  ^th 
an  appendix,  containing  the  prefent  (late  of  the  Spanifh 
affairs  in  America.     London,  1753. 

513  A  two  years  journal  in  New  York,  and  part  of  its  territo- 
ries in  America.     London,  1701. 

551  The  voyages  and  cruifes  of  commodore  Walker,  during 
the  late  Spanifh  and  French  wars.  2  vols.  London, 
1760. 

589 


Voyages  and  Travels.     Duodecimo.  103 

589  An  extract  from  the  obfervations  made  in  a  tour  to  Italy, 
by  the  chevalier  de  la  Condamine.  Tranflated  from 
the  French  into  Englifh.     London,  1768. 

595  The  beauties  of  nature  and  art  difplayed,  in  a  tour 
through  the  world;  with  plates.  13  vols.  London, 
1763. 

626  Letters  from  Italy,  in  the  years  1754  and  1755,  by  the 
earl  of  Cork  and  Orrery.     London,  1773. 

63 1  A  journal  of  a  tour  to  Italy,  by  Mr.  De  la  Condamine. 
London,  1773. 

634  The  travels  of  a  philofopher ;  or  obfervations  on  the  man- 
ners and  arts  of  various  nations  in  Africa  and  Afia. 
Tranflated  from  the  French  of  M.  de  Poivre.  London, 
1769. 

644  Nouveau  voyage  de  France.  Par  M.  Piganiol  de  la  Force. 
II.  toms.     A  Paris,  1755. 

689  Sherlock's  letters.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  with 
notes.     2  vols.     London,  1780. 

716 — 1  Premies'  narrative  of  a  fliip- wreck  on  the  ifland  of 
Cape  Breton;  in  a  voyage  from  Quebec  in  1780. 
Second  edition.     London,  1783. 

721  Bourrit's  relation  of  a  journey  to  the  Glaciers  in  the 
dutchy  of  Savoy;  with  plates.  Tranflated  from  the 
French,  by  Charles  and  Frederick  Davy.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1776. 

727  Stanhope's  memoirs  of  Afiaticus.     London,  1784. 

797 — 5  The  American  traveller;  containing  obfervations  on 
the  prefent  ftate,  culture  and  commerce  of  the  Bri- 
tifh  colonies  in  America.      1770. 

798 — 3  A  narrative  of  the  capture  and  treatment  of  John 
Dodge  by  the  Englifh  at  Detroit.  Written  by  him- 
felf.     Philadelphia,  1779. 

— 4  A  narrative  of  the  lofs  of  the  Doddington  Indiaman. 
New  York,  1762. 

827  Nouveau  voyage  daus  un  pais  plus  grand  que  FEurope, 
par  le  R.  P.  L.  Hennepin.     Utrecht,  1698. 

829  Joflelyn's  account  of  two  voyages  to  New  England.  Lon- 
don, 1674. 

862  Langle's  fentimental  journey  through  Spain.  Tranflated 
from  the  French.     2  vols.     London,  1786. 

VI.  Geography 


104  Geography  and  Topography.     Folio. 


VI.     Geography  and  Topography. 


FOLIO. 

2  "D  OWEN's  complete  atlas;  or  diftind  view  of  the 
J3  known  world,  exhibited  in  maps.     London,  1752. 

14  A  defcription  of  the  regions  of  Egypt,  Barbary,  Libia, 

and  Billedulgerid;  the  land  of  negroes — Guinea, 
^Ethiopia  and  the  Abyffines;  with  the  adjacent  iflands 
either  in  the  Mediterranean,  Atlantic,  Southern,  or 
Oriental  fea.  Collected  and  tranflated  from  authentic 
authors,  writh  notes  and  plates,  by  John  Ogilby.  Lon- 
don, 1670. 

15  A  defcription  of  America;  containing  the  original  of  the 

inhabitants;  the  remarkable  voyages  thither;  the  con- 
queft  of  the  empires  of  Mexico  and  Peru;  with  an  ap- 
pendix, containing  a  furvey  of  the  difcoveries  of  the 
fouth  land  and  the  Arctic  region.  Collected  and  tranf- 
lated from  various  authors,  with  plates,  by  John  Ogilby. 
London,  1671. 


■**   .    /Seepage  10,   (Civil Hi/lory.) 


f  And"  page  86,   (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

J  17   See  page  10,    (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

And  page  86,   (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

J  18   Seepage  10,   (Civil Hijlory.) 

And  page  86,   (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

\  19   See  page' 10,    (Civil  Hiflory.) 

And  page  86,  (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

-{*  22   See  page  10,  (Civil  Hijlory.) 

31  A  complete  fyftem  of  geography;  being  a  defcription  of 
all  the  countries,  iflands,  cities,  harbours,  &c.  of  the 
known  world;  including  the  moft  material  revolutions 
that  have  happened  in  every  ftate;  and  an  account  of 
the  government,  religion,  manners,  &c.  of  the  feveral 
nations;  with  maps.  By  Emanuel  Bowen.  2  vols. 
London,  1747. 

5° 


Geography  and  Topography,     Folio.  105 

50  A  chorographical  defcription  of  Great  Britain,  Ireland, 
and  the  adjacent  ifland;  with  maps  and  cuts.  Written 
in  Latin,  by  William  Camden;  and  tranilated  into 
Englifh,  with  additions,  by  Edmund  Gibfon.  2  vols. 
London. 

f  51    See  page  11,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

f  103  See  page  12,   (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

125  A  collection  of  maps,  by  John  Senex.     London. 

126  The  world  defcribed;  or  a  new  fet  of  maps;  fhewing  the 

kingdoms  and  ftates  in  all  the  known  parts  of  the  earth, 
by  Herman  Moll.     London. 

127  Maps  of  Egypt,  by  Richard  Pococke.     London,  1743. 

128  A  new  atlas;  containing  a  geographical  and  hiftorical  ac- 

count of  all  the  empires,  kingdoms,  and  other  dominions 
of  the  world;  with  the  natural  hiftory  and  trade  of  each 
country.    Taken  from  the  bed  authors.   London,  172 1. 

132  Maps  belonging  to  Poftlethwaite's  dictionary.     London. 

137  A  map  of  London,  Weftminfter  and  South wark;    with 

the  contiguous  buildings;  from  a  furvey  taken  by  John 
Rocque,  and  engraved  by  John  Pine.     London,  1 746. 

138  Maps,  plans  of  cities,  battles,  &c.  belonging  to  Tindall's 

continuation  of  Rapin's  hiftory  of  England.     London. 

140  Maps  and  charts  belonging  to  the  modern  part  of  the  uni- 
verfal  hiftory.     London,  1766. 

I42  Profpecls  of  the  moft  noted  buildings,  in  and  about  the 
city  of  London;  with  a  fnort  hiftorical  account  relating 
to  the  fame.     London,  1724. 

f  149  Seepage  14,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 

247  A  new  furvey  of  the  Weft  Indies;  containing  a  journal  of 
three  thoufand  three  hundred  miles,  within  the  main 
land  of  America,  by  Thomas  Gage.     London,  1 648. 

£  275   See  page  17,   (Civil  Hiftory,) 

And  page  S7,  (Voyages  and  'Travels,) 

283  Martin's  new  principles  of  geography  and  navigation; 
containing  the  theory  of  the  true  figure  of  the  earth, 
and  new  aftronomical  principles  of  navigation.  Lon- 
don, 1758. 

285  Brice's  univerfal  geographical  dictionary;  or  grand  gazet- 
teer; defcribing  efpecially  the  Britifn  dominions  and 
fettlements  throughout  the  world;  with  maps.  2  vols. 
London,  1759. 

O  32S 


io6  Geography  and  Topography,     Folio. 

328  Bowie's  new  general  atlas.     London. 

333 ~)  The  North  American  pilot,   for  Newfoundland,  Labra-* 

&    i-      dour,    and  the   gulf    and   river  St.  Lawrence.      By 

376 J      James    Cook,    Michael   Lane,    joieph   Gilbert,     and 

others;  with  plates.     2  vols.    London,  1784.    N°*  333 

has  alfo  a  volume  of  directions  in  quarto. 

336  Atlas  fcholafticus.     London.      Gift  of  Robert  S.  Jones. 

347  The  maps  and  plates  of  Cook's  laft  voyage.     London. 

378  Dunn's  atlas  of  the  mundane  fyftem;  or  of  geography 
and  cofmography;  defcribing  the  heavens  and  earth, 
the  diltances,  motions  and  magnitudes  of  the  celeftial 
bodies,  &c.  with  plates.     London,  1778. 

409  Defcription  des  Indes  occidentals.     Par  Antoine  de  Her- 

rera.     Tranflatee  d'Efpagnol  en  Fran$ois.  Amfterdam, 
1622. 

410  Novus  orbis  feu  defcriptiones  Indiae  occidentalis.    Authore 

Joanne  de  Lant.     Lugduni,  A.  D.  1633. 

422  Sandby's  fekct  views  in  England,  Wales,  Scotland,  and 
Ireland;  with  plates.     2  vols.     London,  1783. 

467  L.  Strabonis  rerum  geographicarum  libri  XVI.  cum  no- 
tis  Cafauboni  et  aliorum.  Grasce  et  Latine.  Am- 
ftelodami,  1707, 

-j-  468  L.  See  page  19,   (Civil  Hjflory.) 

512  Maps  belonging  to  Guthrie's  fyftem  of  geopraphy.  (N°* 
437,  quarto.)     London,  1786. 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

34  Bufching's  new  fyftem  of  geography;  containing  a  gene- 
ral account  of  the  lituation  and  limits,  hiftory  and  con- 
ftitution  of  the  feveral  kingdoms  and  ftates  in  the 
known  world;  wiih  their  produce,  manufactures  and 
commerce.     6  vols.     London,  1762. 

J  39  See  page  21,   (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

•  And  page  76,   (Natural  Hiflory.) 

*"  104 — 4  Jeffreys'  map  of  Nova  Scotia  and  Caps  Breton,  and 
the  adjacent  parts  of  New  England  and  Canada; 
with  an  explanation  thereof.     London,  1755. 

.  '.  —5")  Explication  de.la  carte  des  nouvelles  defcouvertes  au 
'.    "  &    i  ".  nord  de  la  mer  du  Sud.     Par  M.  de.  Leile,     A  Pa- 

*  463 — 11  J      ris,  1752. 

'  ' '     f-— 6  See  page  22,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

tf>5 


Geography  and-  Topography.     Quarto.         107 

105  A  defcription  of  the  Spanifh  iflands  and  fettlements  on  the 
coaft  of  the  Weft  Indies;  compiled  from  authentic  me- 
moirs; with  maps,  by  Thomas  Jeffreys.    London,  1762. 

113  An  account  of  the  countries  adjoining  to  Hudfon's  Bay; 
containing  a  defcription  of  their  lakes  and  rivers,  the 
nature  of  the  foil  and  climate,  and  their  methods  of 
commerce;  with  abftracls  of  letters,  journals,  &c.  in- 
tended to  fhow  the  great  probability  of  a  north-weft 
paflage.     By  Arthur  Dobbs.     London,  1 744. 

157  Pa-rrallela  geographic  veteris  et  novis,  auclore  Philippo 
Brietio.     Parifiis,  164.8. 

382  Atlas  geographus;  or  a  complete  fyftem  of  geography, 
ancient  ami  modern;  containing  the  difcoveries  and 
improvements  of  the  beft  modern  authors;  with  maps 
and  cuts.  Done  by  Herman  Moll.  5  vols.  London, 
1711. 

•f  210  See  page  24,   (Civil  Hiftory.) 

f  235   Seepage  76,   (Natural  Hijlory.) 

*  f  258 — 2   See  page  25,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

437  Guthrie's  new  fyftem  of  modern  geography;  or  a  geogra- 
phical, hiftorical,  and  commercial  grammar.  The 
aftronomical  part  by  James  Fergufon.  Third  edition. 
London,  1786.  With  a  volume  of  maps — N0,  512, 
Folio. 

*  4.69 — 1   An  explanation  for  the  map  of  Nova  Scotia,  &c.  by 
Thomas  Jeffreys.     London,  1755. 

— 2  Blodget's  profpe&ive  plan  of  the  battle  near  lake 
George,  September,  1755;  with  an  explanation. 
Bofton,  1755. 

v — 3  Evans's  analyfis  of  his  general  map  of  the  middle  co- 
lonies.    Second  edition.     Philadelphia,  1755. 

— 5  Remarks  and  obfervations  for  failing  from  France  to 
Quebec.     Bofton,  1759. 

— 6  Directions  for  navigating  the  gulf  and  river  St.  Law- 
rence, by  Thomas  Jeffreys.     London,  1760. 

470  Atlas  geographus;  or  a  complete  fyftem  of  geography 
for  America;  with  plates.     Vol.  5.     Savoy,  171 7. 

498  Cordineer's  views  in  Scotland.     London. 

515  L.  Philippi  Cluverii  introduclio  in  univerfam  geographi- 
am  cum  notis  Johannis  Bunone  et.aliorum,  cum 
tabulis.     Amftelaedami,  1697. 

OCTAVO, 


io3         Geography  and  Topography.     Oclavo- 


OCTAVO. 

f  J 05  Seepage  33,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 

153  An  hiftorical  geography  of  the  Old  Teftament;  being  a 
geographical  account  of  the  feveral  places,  countries 
and  people  mentioned  therein;  with  maps  and  a  chro- 
nological table.  By  Edward  Wells.  Second  edition. 
4  vols.     London,  1 72 1. 

190"!  A  defcription  of  Holland;    or  the  prefent  ftate  of  the 

&    >      United  Provinces;  containing  a  particular  account  of 

725  J      the  Hague,  and  all  the  principal  cities  and  towns  of 

the  republic;   with  directions  for  making  the  tour  of 

the  provinces.     London,  1743. 

*  227 — 1  Wood's  New  England  profpect,  difcovering  the  (late 

of  that  country,    both  as  it  ftands  to  our  Engliih 
planters,  and  the  native  inhabitants.    London,  1639. 

260  Nova  Francia;  or  a  defcription  of  that  part  of  New  France 
which  is  one  continent  with  Virginia.  Tranflated  from 
the  French  into  EugliuH.     London,  1609. 

*  261 — 3  A    defcription    of    Barmvdas,     now    called  Sommer 

iflands;  with  the  manner  of  their  diicouerie,  anno 
1609.     London,  161 3. 

\  276  A  defcription  of  the  coall  of  Guinea;  containing  a  geo» 
graphical,  political  and  natural  hiftory  of  the  kingdoms 
and  countries;  with  an  account  of  the  rife,  progrefs 
and  prefent  condition  of  all  the  European  fettlemcnts 
upon  that  coaft.  Written  in  Dutch,  by  William  Bof- 
man,  and  now  tranflated  into  Englifa.  Second  edition. 
London,  1721. 

315  A  defcription  of  London  and  its  environs;  containing 
whatever  is  remarkable  in  the  city,  and  twenty  miles 
round  it ;  with  plates.     6  vols.     London,  1 761. 

&    V  See  page  40,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 
t  i5°°J 

386  Geography  anatomized;  or  the  geographical  grammar, 
by  Patrick  Gordon.     London,  1730. 

410 


Geography  and  Topography.     O&avo.  109 

419  The  ancient  and  prefent  ftate  of  Waterford;  being  a  na- 
tural, civil,  ecclefiaftical,  hiftorical,  and  topographical 
deicription  thereof;  with  fome  hints  relating  to  agricul- 
ture and  other  ufeful  improvements;  with  maps  and 
views.  Publifhed  with  the  approbation  of  the  phifico- 
hiftorical  fociety,  by  Charles  Smith.     Dublin,  1746. 

460  The  hiftory  of  St.  Kilda;  containing  a  defcription  of  this 
ifland;  the  manners  and  cuftoms  of  the  inhabitants; 
the  religious  and  Pagan  antiquities  found  there ;  with 
many  other  curious  particulars.  By  Kenneth  Macauley. 
London,  1764. 

47 1  Letters  from  a  gentleman  in  the  north  of  Scotland,  to  his 
friend  in  London;  containing  a  defcription  of  a  capital 
town  in  that  country;  with  an  account  of  fome  uncom- 
mon cuftoms  of  the  inhabitants,  and  a  defcription  of 
the  highlands.     2  vols.     London,  1754. 

502  The  figure  of  the  earth,  determined  from  obfervations 
made  at  the  polar  circle.  Tranflated  from  the  French 
of  M.  de  Maupertuis.     London,  1738. 

511  A  complete  fyftem  of  geography,  written  in  Latin  by 
Bernard  Varenius;  containing  alfo  the  foundations  of 
the  art  of  navigation,  meafuring  diftances,  dialling, 
and  the  ways  of  rinding  the  longitude  at  fea.  Improv- 
ed by  Sir  Ifaac  Newton  and  Dr.  Jurin.  Tranflated  into 
Englifh,  with  notes  and  improvements,  by  Mr.  Dug- 
dale,  and  revifed  and  corrected  by  Peter  Shaw.  Third 
edition.     2  vols.     London,  1736. 

f  680   See  page  46,   (Civil  Hiflory.) 

f  754  See  page  48,  (Civil  Hiflory.) 

783  Martin's  defcription  of  the  weftern  iflands  of  Scotland; 
containing  an  account  of  their  fituation,  government, 
religion,  cuftoms,  inhabitants,  &c.  Second  edition. 
London,  17 16. 

*  798 — 1  Attiret's  account  of  the  emperor  of  China's  gardens 

near  Pekin.      Tranflated  from  the  French,   by  Sir 
Harry  Beaumont.     London,  1752. 

*  799 — 1  A  geographical  hiftory  of  Nova  Scotia.      London, 

1749. 

f — 2  See  page  49,  (Civil  Hiflory.) 

S62  A  defcription  of  Greenland,  by  Hans  Egede.  Tranflat- 
ed from  the  Danifh.     London,  1 745. 

t  874  See  page  51,  (Civil  Hiflory.) 

939 


no         Geography  and  Topography.     O&avo. 

939  An  hiftorical  defcription  of  the  kingdom  of  Macafar,  in 
the  Eaft  Indies;  giving  a  particular  account  of  the 
country,  the  manners,  cuftoms,  &c.  of  the  inhabitants. 
London,  1701. 

*  1 01 9 — I   A  defcription  of  the  province  of  New  Albion  in  North 

America.     1648. 

— 2  Smith's  defcription  of  New  England  in  the  year  1614. 
London,  161 6. 

1 112  The  atlantic  pilot.     London,  1772. 

t  ir39l 

&     >  See  page  82,   (Natural  Hljlory,) 

t  *55>J 

*  1280 — 2  "J  Hutchins'     topographical    defcription    of    Virginia, 

&  >      Pennfylvania,     Maryland,    North    Carolina,    &c. 

1 575 — 8  j      with  maps.     London,   1778. 


* 


Hutchins'  hiftorical  narrative  and  topographical  des- 
cription of  Louifiana  and  Weft  Florida.  Philadel- 
phia,   1748.      N0,  1333  the  gift  of  Jofeph  Crulijkank. 


*  1 32 1 — 5^ 

*  !333 — 2 

*  1469 — 2 

& 

*  1575— 9  J 

*  1452 — 3  An    account  of   the  prefent  ftate   of    Nova    Scotia. 

Edinburgh,    1786. 

f  1507   See  page  100,   (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

*  1572 — 18  An  account  of  diftances  from  the  city  of  Philadelphia, 

of  all  the  places  of  note  in  Pennfylvania.  Philadel- 
phia. 

*  1575 — 7  Directions  for  the  gulph  and  river  St.  Lawrence;  with 

remarks.     Philadelphia,   1771. 

•J*  *  1584 — 1   An  account  of  that  part  of  Africa  inhabited  by  the 

negroes.      By  Anthony  Benezet.       Philadelphia, 
1762. 


DUO- 


Geography  and  Topography*     Duodecimo.      1 1 i 


DUODECIMO. 

Q7  The  foreigner's  guide;  or  a  neceffary  companion  in  a  totir 
through  the  cities  of  London  and  Weftminfter.  In 
French  and  Englilh.     Third  edition.     London,  1752. 

106  The  American  gazetteer;  containing  a  diftinct.  account  of 
all  parts  of  the  new  world;  their  (ituation,  climate,  foil, 
produce,  manufa<fhires,  and  commerce;  with  maps.  3 
vols.     London,  1762. 

109  The  hrftory  of  Louifiana;  or  the  weftern  parts  of  Virgi- 
nia and  Carolina;  containing  a  defcription  of  the  coun- 
tries that  lie  on  both  fides  of  the  Miffiffippi;  with  an 
account  of  the  fettlements,  inhabitants,  foil,  climate 
and  products.  Tranilated  from  the  French  of  M.  Lc 
Page  du  Pratz.     2  vols.     London,  1763. 

465  Introductionale  geographic  par  le  Sieur  Saurin.  Utrecht, 
1 692.      Gift  of  John  Smith. 

t59*n 

t  599  I 

f  6co  J>  See  page  69,  (Civil  Hijlory.) 

&  l 

f  601  J 

*  602 — 3  A  fhort  account  of  that  part  of  Africa  inhabited  by 

negroes.     Philadelphia,   1762. 

629  The  youth's  geographical  grammar,  by  Stephen  Adding- 
ton.     London,  1770. 

643  Defcription  hiftorique  et  critique  de  l'ltalie,  par  M.  l'abbe 
Richard.     VI.  toms.     Digon,  1766. 

645  Voyage  pittorefque  des  environs  de  Parrs.    A  Paris,  1762. 

646  Voyage  pittorefque  de  Paris.      Fourth  edition.     A  Paris, 

1765. 

<f-  *  714 — 3  "j  Geography  epitomized;  or  a  defcription  of  the  ter- 
&  >      raqueous  globe ;  attempted  in  verfe.     By  Robert 

f  *  792 — 1  J      Davidfon.     Philadelphia,  1784. 

736  Blair's  hifiory  of  geography.     London,  1784. 

f  743   See  page  70,  (Civil  Hijlory.) 

*  801 — 3  A  defcription  of  the  city-houfe  of  Amfterdam;  with 

plates.     Amfterdam,  1764. 

+  816  See  page  71,  (Civil  Hijlory.) 

838 


1 1 2     Geography  and  Topography.     Duodecimo. 

838  Les  delices  de  la  Hollande.     Amfterdam,  1685. 

93  c  L.  Perfia  feu  regni  Perfici  ftatus  variaque  itinera  in  atque 
per  Perfiam  cum  aliquot  iconibus  incolarum.  Lug- 
duni  Batavorum,  164.7. 

037  L.  De  Imperio  Magni  Mogolis  five  India  vera,  commen- 
tarius.     Lugduni  Batavorum,  1631. 

939  L,  Gallia,  five  de  Francorum  regis  dominiis  et  opibus 
mentarius.     Lugduni  Batavorum,  1629. 

941  L.  Refpublica  five  ftatus  Regni  Poloniae,  Lithuania,  Pruf- 

fiae,  Livonia,  etc.     Lugduni  Batavorum,  1642. 

942  L.  Ruffia  feu  Mofcovia  itemque  Tartaria,  commentario 

topographico   atque   politico  illuiiratas.      Lugduni 
Batavorum,  1630. 

953  L.  Olai  Magni  Gentium  Septentrionalium  hiftorise  brevia- 
rum.     Amftelodami,  1669. 

967  L.  Belgii  confederal  refpublica  feu  chorographica  politi- 
Caque  defcriptio.     Lugduni  Batavorum,  1630. 

980  L.  Refpublica  five  ftatus  Regni  Scotias  et  Hibernian 
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I.  Theology. 


Theology.     Folio.  J i 3 


I.     Theology, 


FOLIO. 

45 1  nr  ^  -^  wor^s  °f  Richard  Hooker;  containing  eight 

&  >    JL     books  of  the  laws  of  ecclefiaftical  polity;    with 

358  J  feveral  other  treatifes.      To  which  is  prefixed  the 

life  of  the  author  by   Ifaac  Walton.      London, 

1723.     N°*  358  the  gift  of  Doff  or  William  Sharp, 

X  46  Seldeni  opera  omnia.     III.  torn.     Londini,  1725. 

93  The  teftimony  of  truth  exalted,  by  the  collected  labours 
of  Samuel  Fifher.     London,  1679. 

95  Sir  Matthew  Hale's  primitive  origination  of  mankind ;  con- 
fidered  and  examined  according  to  the  light  of  nature. 
London,  1677. 

in  A  journal  of  the  life  of  Thomas  Story;  with  his  travels 
and  labours  in  the  fervice  of  the  gofpel.  Newcaftle, 
upon  Tyne,  1747. 

121   The  works  of  William  Chillingworth.     London,  1 742. 

1 43  Melchiori  Adami  Vits  theologorum  editio  tertia. 

148  The  theological  works  of  Henry  More.  To  which  are 
adjoined  fome  divine  hymns.     London,  1 708. 

152  The  works  of  Doctor  John  Tillotfon;  containing  fermons 
and  difcourfes  on  feveral  occafions;  with  the  rule  of 
faith,  Sec.     Tenth  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1735. 

154       "J  The  works  of  Ifaac  Barrow.     Publimed  by  archbi- 
&  >      {hop  Tillotfon.      Fifth  edition.      3   vols,  in  two. 

506  Z.J      London,  1741.     London,  1683. 

167  Whitby's  paraph rafe  and  commentary  on  the  New  Tefla- 
ment.     2  vols.     London,  1744. 

+  183   Seepage  15,  (Civil Bifiory.J 

198  A  collection  of  the  works  of  William  Penn.  To  which 
is  prefixed,  a  journal  of  his  life;  with  many  original 
letters  and  papers.     2  vols.     London,  1726. 

P  200 


H4  Theology.     Folio. 

200  Saunderfon's  fcrmons;  with  the  life  of  the  author,  by 
Ifaac  Walton.     London,  1689. 

209  A  journal  of  the  life,  travels  and  labours  in  the  work  of 
the  minircry  of  George  Fox.  Third  edition.  London, 
1765.      Gift  of  the  yearly  meeting  of  Friends  in  London. 

250  The  gofpel  truth  demonftrated,  in  a  collection  of  doctrinal 

books,  held  among  the  people  called  Quakers.     Lon- 
don, 1 706.      Gift  of  'Thomas  Carpenter. 

251  The  works  of  Edward  Borroughs.     London,  1672. 

252  The  works  of  Thomas  Becon.     London,  1563.     Gift  of 

William  Hudfon. 

253  The  defence  of  the  anfwere  to  the  admonition,  againft  the 

replie  of  T.  C.     By  John  Whitgift.     London,  1574. 

355  Georgii  Bulli  opera  omnia.  Londini,  1703.  Gift  of 
Granville  Sharp. 

357  Juftini  Martyri  apologise  et  dialogus  cum  notis.  Londini, 
1722. 

359  Critici  facri,  five  doctiflimorum  virorum  in  S.  S.  Biblia  an- 
notations et  tractatus.  Londini,  1560.  Gift  of  Dr. 
William  Sharp. 

361  Tertulliani  opera.     Studio  et  labore  R.  L.  De  la  Barre. 

Parifiis,  1580.     Gift  of  Granville  Sharp. 

362  Clementis  Alexandrini  opera  Grace  et  Latiae  quss  extant. 

Lutetian,  A.  D.  1629. 

440  L.  Difputationes  Roberti  Bellarmini.      Lutetis  Parifio- 
rum,  1620.     4 

499  L.  Opera  Thomss  a  Campis.     Parifiis,  1549. 


qjj  A  R  T  O. 

4  Barclay's  apology.    Eighth  edition.     Birmingham,  1765. 

■J-  7  The  works  of  John  Locke.     Seventh  edition.     4  vols* 
London,  1768. 

f  18  The  mifcellaneous  tracts  of  Conyers  Middleton.    London, 
1752. 

23  Theological  lectures  at  Weftminfter- abbey;  with  an  inter- 
pretation of  the  four  gofpels,  and  felect  difcourfes  upon 
the  principal  points  of  revealed  religion.  By  John 
Heylen.     2  vols.     London,  1749. 

67 


*    f 

127J 


Theology.     Quarto.  11s 

67  A  collection  of  ancient  Jewifh  and  Heathen  teftimonies  to 
the  truth  of  the  Chriftian  religion;  with  notes  and  ob- 
fervations,  by  Nathaniel  Lardner.  4  vols.  London, 
1764. 

74  The  great  myftery  of^  godlineffe  opened ;  being  an  expofi- 
tion  of  the  ninth  chapter  of  the  epiftle  of  St.  Paul  to 
the  Romans,  by  Edward  Elton.  London,  1653.  Gift 
of  Evan  Morgan. 

121  The  intellectual  fyftem  of  the  univerfe,  by  Ralph  Cud- 
worth  ;  wherein  the  reafon  and  philofophy  of  Atheifm 
is  confuted ;  with  a  difcourfe  on  the  Lord's  fupper  and 
two  fermons.  To  which  is  added,  an  account  of  the 
life  and  writings  of  the  author,  by  Thomas  Birch.  Se- 
cond edition.     2  vols.     London,  1 743. 

126")  The  "Koran,  commonly  called  the  Alcoran  of  Moham- 
med. Tranflated  from  the  original  Arabic.  With 
explanatory  notes  from  the  mo  ft  approved  commenta- 
tors, and  a  preliminary  difcourfe,  containing  a  fhort 
hiftory  of  the  Arabs,  their  religion,  learning  and  cuf- 
toms,  before  Mohammed;  the  Rate  of  Chriftianity  in 
the  eaftern  churches,  at  the  time  of  his  appearance ; 
the  methods  he  ufed  for  the  eftablifnment  of  his  reli- 
gion; and  an  account  of  the  feveral  fedls  of  Moham- 
medans.    By  George  Sale.     London,  1734. 

153  The  religion  of  nature,  delineated.  By  William  Woolaf- 
ton.     London,  1726. 

f  158  Les  provinciales  on  les  lettres  ecrites  par  Louis  de  Mon- 
talte.     A  Cologne,  1657. 

166  The  works  of  Ifaac  Pennington.  2  vols.  London,  1761. 
Gift  of  the  yearly  meeting  of  Friends  in  London. 

174  A  free  enquiry  into  the  miraculous  powers,  which  are 
fuppofed  to  have  fubfifted  in  the  Chriftian  church,  from 
the  earlieft  ages;  by  which  it  is  fhown,  that  no  fuch 
powers  were  continued  to  the  church  after  the  days  of 
the  apoftles.  By  Conyers  Middleton.  Third  edition. 
London,  1749. 

197  Gofpel  treafures,  difcovered  in  feveral  fermons,  preached 
at  Kenfmgton  and  elfewhere,  by  John  Everard.  Ger- 
mantown,  1757.     Gift  of  Anthony  Morris. 

2CO  The  teftimony  of  William  Dewfbury;  in  his  books,  epif- 
tles  and  writings.     London,  1688. 

202  Truth  exalted,  in  the  writings  of  John  Burnyeat.  London, 
1691. 

203 


1 1 6  Theology.     Quarto. 

203  The  philofophical  principals  of  natural  and  revealed  jeli- 

gion;  unfolded  in  a  geometrical  order,  by  the  chevalier 
Ramfay.     2  vols.     Glafgow,  1748. 

204  Wilfon's   Chriftian    dictionary;     explaining   the   principal 

words  in  the  Old  and  New  Teftament.    London,  161 6 

205  A  treatife  upon  the  fupremacy  and  infallibility  pretended 

to  by  the  church  of  Rome,  by  Peter  Whitfield.  Liver- 
pool, 1749. 

218  The  prayers  for  Shabbath,  Rofh-Hafhanah  and  Kippur, 

according  to  the  order  of  the  Spaniih  and  Portuguefe 
Jews.  Tranflated  by  Ifaac  Pinto.  New  York,  5526. 
Gift  of  John  Murgatroyd. 

219  The  harmony  of  the  four  gofpels;  with  a  paraphrafe  and 

notes,  by  James  Macknight.     2  vols.     London,  1756. 

226  A  treatife  on  the  advantage  and  neceflity  of  the  Chriftian 
revelation,  fhown  from  the  ftate  of  religion  in  the  anci- 
ent Heathen  world,  &c.  by  John  Leland.  2  vols. 
London,  1764. 

230  Introductory  lectures  to  the  facred  books  of  the  New  Tef- 
tament, by  John  David  Michaelis.     London,  1761. 

-J-  270  De  facra  poefi  Hebrasorum  prelectiones  academical.  A  Ro- 
berto Lowth.     Oxonii,  1753. 

295  Notes  upon  the  New  Teftament,  by  John  Wefley.  Eriftol, 
1768.      Gift  of  the  author. 

\  306  Hiftoire  critique  du  vieux  Teftament  par  Le  R.  P.  Richard 
Simon.     A  Amfterdam,  1685. 

330  The  works  of  bifhop  Newton;  with  fome  account  of  his 
life,  and  anecdotes  of  feveral  of  his  friends.  Written 
by  himfelf.     3  vols.     London,  1782. 

332  A  commentary  on  the  four  evangelifts  and  the  acts  of  the 
apoftles,  &c.  with  notes  and  other  theological  pieces,  by 
bifhop  Pierce.     2  vols.     London,  1777. 

349  A  new  tranflation  of  Ifaiah;  with  a  preliminary  diiTerta- 
tion  and  notes,  by  bifhop  Lowth.  Second  edition. 
London,  1779. 

352  Prieftley's  harmony  of  the  evangelifts,  in  Greek,  with  cri- 

tical differtations  in  Englifh.     London,  1777. 

353  Bowyer's  critical  conjectures  and  obfervations  on  the  New 

Teftament.     Third  edition.     London,  1782. 

364  Obfervations  on  our  Lord's  conduct  as  a  divine  inftructor, 
and  on  the  excellence  of  his  moral  character?  by  bifhop 
Newcome.     London,  1782. 

A.22 


Theology.     Quarto.  1 1 7 

422  An  attempt  towards  an  improved  verfion,  &c.  of  the 
twelve  minor  prophets.  By  William  Newcome.  Lon- 
don, 1785. 

428  Swedenborg's  true  Chriitian  religion;  containing  the  uni- 

verfal  theology  of  the  new  church.  Tranflated  from 
the  Latin.     2  vols.     London,  1781. 

429  Swedenborg's  treatife  concerning  heaven  and  hell;    con- 

taining a  relation  of  many  wonderful  things  therein,  as 
heard  and  feen  by  the  author.  Tranflated  from  the 
Latin.     London,  1778. 

445  Obfervations  upon  the  prophecies  of  Daniel  and  the  apo- 
calypfe  of  St.  Jchn,   by  Sir  Ifaac  Newton.      London, 

1733- 

*  460 — 4  A  difcourfe  on  the  advantages  of  Sunday  fchools ;  a 
fermon,  by  the  reverend  John  Eennent.     London. 

#  466 — 1   Scott's  fermon,    preached  before  the  corporation  of 
London.     London,  1673. 

— 2  The  gofpel  family  order,  by  George  Fox.     1701. 

—3  The  two  laft  fermcns  of  Richard  Peters.  Philadel- 
phia, 1737. 

—4  Tennant's  fermon  on  the  victory  of  admiral  Mat- 
thews, over  the  fleets  of  France  and  Spain.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1744. 

— 5  Whitefield's  remarks  upon  a  charge  againft  enthufi- 
afm.     Boilon,  1745. 

—-6  Prince's  thankfgiving  fermon.     Boflon,  1 746. 

—7  Harrington's  century  fermon.     Boflon,  1753. 

— 8  Tennant's  fermon  before  captain  Vanderfpiegal's 
company.     Philadelphia,  1756. 

— 9  Lidenius's  fermon  on  the  lawfulnefs  of  defenfive  war. 
Philadelphia,  1756. 

— 10  Smith's  fermon  before  the  corporation  for  the  relief 
of  the  widows  and  children  of  clergymen ;  with  an 
account  of  that  corporation. 

— 1 1  Pemberton's  fermon  on  the  death  of  George  White 
field.     Bofton,  1770. 

—12  A  morning  prayer  for  the  univerfity  of  Pennfylvania. 
Philadelphia,  1780. 

— 13  A  prayer  for  the  prince  and  princefs  of  Orange. 

- — 15  Nadere  trouwhartige  waarfchouwinge  tagen  de  ver- 
leindiingeu  der  Herrnhuters.     Nieuw  York,  1763. 

*47i 


j  1 8  Theology.     Quarto. 

♦  471— 2  Sir  Thomas  Brown's  religio  medicij  with  annotations. 

London,  1673. 

472  No  crofs,  no  crown,  by  William  Penn.     London,  1669. 

♦  478 5  Whitfield's  difcovery  of  the  ftate  of  the  indians  in  New 

England,    concerning   the  progrefs   of   the  goipel 
amongft  them.     London,  j  65 1 . 

6  A  manifeftation  of  the  progrefs  of  the  gofpel  amongft 

the  indians  in  New  England.     London,  1652. 

480  Stalham's  reviler  rebuked;  or  a  reinforcement  of  the 
charge  againft  the  Quakers.     London,  1657. 

488  Horse  Hebraicae  et  talmudicas  impenfae  I.  In  chorographi- 
am  aliquam  terras  Ifraeliticae.  II.  In  evangelium  S. 
Matthaei.     Cantabrigian,  1658. 

499  Macknight's  literal  tranflation,  from  the  original,  of 
Paul's  firft  and  fecond  epiftle  to  the  TheiTalonians;  with 
a  commentary  and  notes.     London,  1787. 

502  Paradififches  wunder-fpiel,   welches  fich  in  diefen  letzten 

zeiten  und  tagen  in  denen  Abendlandifchen  welt-theilen 
als  ein  vorfpiel  der  neuen  welt  hervorgethan.  Ephratas, 
.1766.      Gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

503  Ein  angenehmer  geruch  der  rofen  und  lilien  die  im  thai 

der  demuth  unter  den  dornen  hervor  gewaehfen.  A.  D. 
1756.      Gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

505  Therapeutica  facra,  feu,  de  curandis  cafibus  confcientiae 
circa  regenerationem.  Libri  tres.  Authore  Davide  Dic- 
fono.    Edinburgi,  1656.    Gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr* 

550  Z..  Gerardi  Joannis  Voffii  de  theologia  Gentili  et  phyfiolo- 
gia  Chriftiana  five  de  origine  ac  progreffu  idolola- 
triae,  deque  naturae  mirandis  quibus  homo  adducitur 
ad  Deum.     Amfterdami,  1642. 

560  L,  E>e  religion e  Gentilium  errorumque  apud  eos  caufis. 
Authore  Edoardo  Barone  Herbert  de  Cherbury. 
Amftehedami,  1663. 


OCTAVO. 


Theology*     O&avo.  1 1 9 


OCTAVO. 

27*)  Barclay's  apology.      Seventh  edition.      London,   1765. 
51  (      Dublin,  1737.     London,  1736.     N°*  27  the  gift  of  the 
&  C     yearly  meeting  of  Friends  in  London.      N0'  51  the  gift  of 
206  J       Thomas  Richardfon.     N°"  206  the  gift  of  Peter  Collinfon, 
of  London. 

35  The  confeilional ;  or  a  free  inquiry  into  the  right  and  uti- 

lity of  eftablifhing  fyftematical  confeffions  of  faith  and 
doctrine  in  Proteftant  churches;  with  an  additional  pre- 
face, in  anfwer  to  Dr.  Rutherforth's  charge.  Second 
edition.     London,  1767. 

36  Theron  and  Afpafio;  or  a  feries  of  dialogues  and  letters 

upon  the  moil  important  fubjects.  By  James  Hervey. 
3  vols.     London,  1750. 

*  47 — 1 1  Obfervations  on  the  converfion  and  apoftlefhip  of  St. 
&         >      Paul.     By  Gilbert  Weft.     London,  1763.     Lon- 
924       J      don,  1748. 

56  Friendly  epiflles  to  Deifts  and  Jews,  in  order  to  convert 
them  to  the  Chriftian  religion;  and  fcriptural  remedies 
for  healing  the  divifions  of  the  church  of  England.  By 
Edward  Goldney.     London,  1760. 

63  The  divine  legation  of  Mofes,  by  William  Warburton. 
Fifth  edition.     5  vols.     London,  1766. 

66  A  view  of  the  principal  Deiftical  writers,  that  have  ap- 
peared in  England  in  the  laft  and  prefent  century,  by 
John  Leland.    Fourth  edition.    2  vols.    London,  1764. 

80  Pafchal's  thoughts  on  religion,  and  other  curious  fubjects. 
Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  Bafil  Kennet.  Fourth 
edition.     London,  1741. 

108  A  defence  of  the  church  of  England,  againft  the  calum- 

nies and  falfe  reafonings  of  the  church  of  Rome;  in 
anfwer  to  a  fophiftical  book,  entitled,  "  England's  con- 
verfion and  reformation  compared."  By  Jofeph  Trapp. 
London,  1727. 

109  Father  Paul's  treatife  of  ecclefiaftical  benefices  and  reve- 

nues. Tranflated  from  the  Italian,  by  Tobias  Jenkins, 
with  notes.  With  the  life  of  father  Paul,  by  Mr.  Lock- 
man.     Third  edition.     London,  1736. 

no 


i2o  Theology,     O&avo. 

no  Prideaux  on  the  true  nature  of  impofturer  fully  difplayed 
in  the  life  of  Mahomet;  with  a  difcourfe  vindicating 
Chriilianity  from  this  charge.  Eighth  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1723. 

120  Sermons  on  feveral  fubjects  and  occafions,  by  archbifnop 
Tillotfon.     12  vols.     London,  1742, 

123  Free  difquifitions  relating  to  the  church  of  England,  and 
the  means  of  advancing  religion  therein.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1750. 

1^2  The  new  whole  duty  of  man;  containing  the  faith,  as 
well  as  practice,  of  a  Chriftian;  with  devotions  proper 
for  feveral  occafions.     Sixteenth  edition.     London. 

133  Theifm;  a  prophecy;  or  prophetical  differtations  on  the 
coming  of  the  expected  Messiah,  by  J.  I.  Philadel- 
phia, 1763. 

•^156  Primitive  Chriitianity  revived;  containing  the  epiftles  of 
Ignatius,  in  Greek  and  Englifh;  the  apoftoiic  conftitu- 
tions,  in  Greek  and  Englifh ;  an  eftay  on  thofe  apoftoiic 
conititutions;  an  account  of  the  primitive  faith  concern- 
ing the  Trinity  and  incarnation;  the  recognitions  of 
Clement,  or  the  travels  of  Peter;  with  a  preliminary 
difcourfe.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  William  Whif- 
ton.  5  vols.  London.  Gift  of  Jacob  Duche  and  Dr. 
Morgan. 

157  A  difcourfe  concerning  the  being  and  attributes  of  God, 

the  obligations  of  natural  religion,  and  the  truth  of  the 
Chriftian  religion;  in  anfwer  to  MefTrs.  Hobbs,  Spinoza 
and  others.  By  Samuel  Clarke.  Tenth  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1749. 

158  The  analogy  of  religion,  natural  and  revealed,  according 

to  the  courfe  of  nature;  with  two  differtations,  viz.  the 
firft,  Of  perfonal  identity;  the  fecond,  Of  the  nature 
of  virtue.  By  Jofeph  Butler.  Third  edition.  London, 
1 740. 

159  Sermons  upon  feveral  fubjects;    preached  at  the  Rolls' 

chapel,  by  Jofeph  Butler.  Third  edition.  London, 
1736. 

270  Sermons  on  feveral  fubjects,  by  James  Fofter.  Third  edi- 
tion.    2  vols.     London,  1736. 

f  177  See  page  79,  (Natural  Hiftory.) 

189  Sermons  on  public  occafions,  by  archbifhop  Herring. 
London,  1763. 

191 


Theology*     O&avo.  1 2 1 

191  Nathaniel  Lardner  on  the  credibility  of  the  gofpel  hiftory; 
containing  the  facts  of  the  New  Teftament,  confirmed  by 
paflages  of  ancient  authors,  who  were  cotemporary 
with  our  Saviour  and  his  apoflles.  Third  edition. 
17  vols.     London,  1741. 

199  The  Chriftian's  defence  againft  the  fears  of  death;  written 
in  French,  by  C.  Drelincourt,  and  tranflated  into  En- 
glifh,  by  Marius  D'AfTigny.     London. 

f  200  See  page  35,   (Civil  Hiftory.) 

202  An  account  of  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  a  remarkable  work 
of  grace,  amongft  a  number  of  indians  in  New  Jerfey 
and  Pennfylvania;  with  fome  general  remarks.  By 
David  Brainerd.     Philadelphia. 

2 1 7  Difcourfes  and  tracts  for  promoting  the  common  intereft. 
of  true  Chriftianity,  by  Anthony  William  Boehm. 
London,  171 7. 

220  A  defence  of  a  book,  intituled,  "  The  fnake  in  the  grafs;" 
in  reply  to  feveral  anfwers  put  out  to  it  by  George 
Whitehead,  &c.     London,  1700. 

233")  An  exhortation  to  the  inhabitants  of  the  province  of 
&   >      South  Carolina,    to  bring  their  deeds  to  the  light  of 

929J  Christ,  by  Sophia  Hume;  with  fome  account  of  the 
author's  experience  in  the  bufmefs  of  religion.  Phila- 
delphia. 

237  The  lively  oracles  given  to  us;  or  the  Chriftian's  birth- 
right and  duty,  in  the  cuftody  and  ufe  of  the  Holy 
Scriptures.  By  the  author  of  the  whole  duty  of  man. 
Oxford,  1678. 

f  238  A  treatife  partly  theological,  and  partly  political;  fliowing 
that  the  liberty  of  making  ufe  of  natural  reafon  may  be 
allowed  without  any  prejudice  to  piety,  or  to  the  peace 
of  any  commonwealth.  Tranflated  from  the  Latin  of 
Spinoza.     London,  1737.     Gift  of  Chriftian  GrqJIoold. 

251  A  fhort  view  of  the  immorality  and  profanenefs  of  the 

Englifh  ftage;  with  the  fenfe  of  antiquity  upon  this  ar- 
gument. By  Jeremy  Collier.  Third  edition.  London, 
1698. 

252  Eromley's  Sabbath  of  rejl;  or  the  foul's  progrefs  in  the 

work  of  the  new-birth;  with  a  difcourfe  on  miftakes  con- 
cerning religion,  enthufiafm,  &c.  by  Thomas  Hartley. 
Germantown,  1759. 

288  All  the  works  of  William  Law.     Ninth  edition.     9  vols. 
London,  1753. 


122  Theology.     O&avo. 

312")  The  religious  philofcpher;  or  the  right  ufe  of  cantem* 
&    v      plating  the  works  of  the  creation.     Defigned  for  the 

467  J  conviction  of  Atheifts  and  infidels.  Tranflated  from 
the  Low  Dutch  of  Dr.  Nieuwentyt.  By  John  Cham- 
berlaine.     Fifth  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1745. 

322  Initium  evangelii  S.  Joannis  apoftoli  ex  antiquitate  ec- 
clefiaftica  reftitutum  per  L.  M.  Artemonium.  A.  D. 
1726.      Gift  of  Jofeph  Crellius. 

326  An  illuftration  of  the  wifdom  and  equity  of  an  indulgent 
Providence;  wherein  the  nature  of  happinefs,  and  the 
origin  of  evil,  are  carefully  examined  and  represented. 
London,  1761. 

342  An  hiflorical  account  of  the  Incorporated  fociety  for  the 
propagation  of  the  gofpel  in  foreign  parts,  by  David 
Humphreys.     London,  1730. 

344  Maynard's  fermons  on  feveral  fubjects;  with  two  difcourfes 
on  natural  and  revealed  religion.     London,  1722. 

3461  Fleetwood  on  the  relative  duties  of  parents  and  children, 
&    V      hufbands  and  wives,   matters  and  fervants,   in  fixteen 
431  j      fermons;  with  three  difcourfes  upon  fell- murder.   Lon- 
don, 1705.     Fourth  edition*     London,  1732. 

351  The  honey-combe  of  free  juftifkation  by  Christ  alone. 
By  John  Eaton.     London,  1642. 

353  The  raging  tempeft  frilled ;  or  the  hiftorie  of  Christ  his 

paflage,  with  his  difciples,  over  the  fea  of  Galilee,  by* 
Thomas  Jackfon.     London,  1623. 

354  The  harmony  of  the  foure  evangelifts,  among  themfelves 

and  the  Old  Teftament,  by  John  Lightfoote.    London, 
1644. 

$56  Sentiments  of  Popery,  digefled  into  familiar  orations,  de- 
figned to  excite  a  juft  abhorrence  of  the  horrid  princi- 
ples and  practices  of  the  church  of  Rome,  by  archbiihop 
Tillotfon.     London,  1745. 

358  The  caufe  of  the  decay  of  Chriftian  piety;  or  an  impartial 
furvey  of  the  ruins  of  the  Chriftian  religion,  by  the  au- 
thor of  the  whole  duty  of  man.     London,  1675. 

360  A  treatife  of  the  corruption  of  Scripture,  councils  and 
fathers,  by  the  pillars  of  the  church  of  Rome,  for  the 
maintenance  of  Popery,  by  Thomas  James.  London, 
1688. 

366  The  Moravians  compared  and  detected.  By  the  author  of 
"  The  enthufiafm  of  Methodifts  and  Papifts  compared." 
London,  1755. 


Theology*     Octavo.  123 

369  Sermons  and  difcourfes  on  feveral  fubjects  and  eccafions. 
By  Francis  Atterbury,  biftiop  of  Rochefter.  Fourth 
edition.     4  vols.     London,  1735. 

373  The  hiftory  of  the  propagation  of  Chriflianity,  and  over- 
throw of  Paganifm;  with  an  enquiry  into  the  prefent 
ftate  of  the  Heathens,  and  methods  propofed  for  their 
converfion.  By  Robert  Millar.  2  vols.  Edinburgh, 
1723. 

388  Obfervations  on  the  hiftory  and  evidences  of  the  refurfec- 
tion  of  Jesus  Christ.  By  Gilbert  Weft.  Fourth  edi- 
tion.    London,  1749. 

412  Difcourfes  delivered  in  the  public  a/Temblies  of  the  people 
called  Quakers.  By  Thomas  Story.  Taken  in  fhort- 
hand.     London,  1738. 

430  The  canon  of  the  New  Teftament  vindicated,  in  anfwer 
to  the  objections  of  J.  Toland,  in  his  Amyntor.  By 
John  Richardfcn.  With  a  letter  from  the  learned  Mr. 
Dodwell,  concerning  the  faid  J.  T.  Third  edition. 
London,  1719. 

434  Difcourfes  on  public  occafions  in  America.     By  William 

Smith.     Second  edition.     London,  1762.     Gift  of  the 
author. 

435  A  ferious  call  to  a  devout  and  holy  life;  adapted  to  the 

ftate  and  condition  of  all  orders  of  Chriftians.     By 
William  Law.     Second  edition.     London,  1732. 

445  DifTertations  on  fubjects  relating  to  the  genius  and  the  evi- 
dences of  Christianity.  By  Alexander  Gerard.  Edin- 
burgh, 1766. 

*  469—1  A  vindication  of  the  hiftories  of  the  Old  and  New 
Teftament. 

—2  Hervey's  remarks  on  Bolingbroke's  letters  on  the  ftu- 
dy  and  ufe  of  hiftory,  fo  far  as  they  relate  to  the 
hiftory  of  the  Old  Teftament.     London,  1752. 

-—3  Whalley's  vindication  of  the  evidences  and  authenticity 
of  the  gofpels,  from  the  objections  of  lord  Boling- 
broke.     London,  1753. 

—4  Leland's  reflections  on  Bolingbroke's  letters  on  the 
ftudy  and  ufe  of  hiftory,  fo  far  as  they  relate  to 
Chriftianity.     London,  1753. 

f  499")  Aftro-theology;    or  a  demonftration  of  the  being  and 
&    >      attributes  of  God,    from  a  furvey  of  the  heavens; 
t  73  6  J      with  plates.      By  William  Derham.      Sixth  edition. 
London,  1731. 

509 


124  Theology.     0£lavo. 

509  The  religion  of  nature  delineated,  by  Mr.  Woolafton; 
with  a  preface,  containing  a  general  account  of  the  life 
and  writings  of  the  author.  Eighth  edition.  London, 
1759- 

*  5 1 8 — 4  Heathcote  on  the  ufe  of  reafon  in  matters  of  religion. 

Second  edition.     London,  1756. 

527  Samuel  Shuckford  on  the  creation  and  fall  of  man.  A 
fupplemental  difcourfe  to  the  preface  of  the  firfl  volume 
of  "  The  facred  and  profane  hiftory  of  the  world  con- 
nected."     London,  1753. 

f  546  See  page  44,  (Civil  Hijlory.) 

551  The  world  to  come;  or  difcourfes  on  the  joys  or  forrows 
of  departed  fouls  at  death.  Whereto  is  prefixed,  an 
effay  toward  the  proof  of  a  feparate  ftate  of  fouls  after 
death.      By  Ifaac  Watts.      Fourth  edition.      2  vols. 

London,  1 759. 

559  The  Chriftian's  magazine;  or  a  treafury  of  divine  know- 
ledge. For  the  years  1760,  1761,  1762,  1763,  1764, 
1765,  and  1766.     7  vols.     London. 

573  The  Scripture  account  of  the  faith  and  practice  of  Chrif- 
tians.     By  Hugh  Gafton.     Dublin,  1763. 

577  The  Lord's  day  evening  entertainment;  containing  prac- 
tical difcourfes  on  the  raoft  important  fubjects  in  divi- 
nity, intended  for  the  ufe  of  families.  By  John  Mafon. 
Second  edition.     4  vols.     London,  1754. 

601  A  letter  from  Rome,  mewing  the  exact  conformity  be- 
tween Popery  and  Paganifm.  By  Conyers  Middleton. 
London,  1741. 

608  The  truth  of  the  gofpel  demonftrated,  from  the  difpenfa- 
tions  of  Providence  preparative  to  it.  To  which  is 
prefixed,  a  preliminary  difcourfe  concerning  the  neceffity 
of  a  revelation.  By  the  abbe  Le  Pluche.  2  vols. 
London,  1751. 

*  618 — 3  An  analyfis  of  the  philofophical  works  of  the  late  lord 

vifcount  Bolingbroke.     London,  1755. 

624  Archbifhop  King's  eflay  on  the  origin  of  evil.  Tranfiated 
from  the  Latin.  To  which  are  added,  two  fermons  by 
the  fame  author;  the  former  concerning  divine  prefci- 
ence;  the  latter  on  the  fall  of  man.  Fourth  edition. 
Cambridge,  1 758. 

628  Difcourfes  on  feveral  fubjects,  by  the  author  of  "  The 
make  in  the  grafs."     London,  1 700. 

647 


Theology,     O&avo.  125 

647  Contemplations  on  the  hiftorical  pafTaget  of  the  Old  and 
New  Teftament.  By  bifhop  Hall.  3  vols.  Edinburgh, 
1749. 

656  Difcourfes,  devotional  and  practical,  fuited  to  the  ufe  of 
families;  with  a  proper  hymn  annexed  to  each.  By 
John  Mafon.     London,  1758. 

668  A  journal  of  the  life,  travels  and  labour  in  the  work  of 
the  miniftry,  of  William  Edmundfon.     London,  1715. 

673  Sermons  on  various  fubjedts,  by  Thomas  Hartley;  with  a 
prefatory  difcourfe  on  miftakes  concerning  religion,  en- 
thufiafm,    experience,  &c.     Second  edition.     London, 

I755- 

6$ 3  Phyfico- theological  difcourfes,  concerning  the  primitive 
chaos  and  creation  of  the  world;  the  general  deluge, 
its  caufes  and  effects;  and  the  diiTolution  of  the  world, 
and  future  conflagration.  By  John  Ray.  Fourth  edi- 
tion.    London,  1732. 

691  Difcourfes  concerning  the  being  and  natural  perfections  of 
God.  By  John  Abernethy.  Third  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1757. 

693  John  Arndt  on  true  Chriftianity;  wherein  is  contained  the 

whole  ceconomv  of  God  towards  man;  and  the  whole 
duty  of  man  towards  God.  Translated  from  the  High 
Dutch.     Second  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1720. 

694  Richard  Burnham's  pious   memorials;    or  the  power  of 

religion  upon  the  mind  in  ficknefs  and  death;  exempli- 
fied in  the  experience  of  many  eminent  perfons  at  thofe 
feafons.  With  a  preface  by  Mr.  Hervey.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1754. 

697  The  cure  of  Deifm;  or  the  mediatorial  fcheme,  by  Jesus 
Christ,  the  only  true  religion;  in  anfwer  to  objections 
ftarted  againft  Chriftianity.  By  a  country  gentleman. 
Third  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1739. 

706  The  Chriftian  life,  from  its  beginning  to  its  confummation 
in  glory;  with  directions  for  private  devotion,  and 
forms  of  prayer.  By  John  Scott.  Tenth  edition.  5 
vols.     London,  1739. 

&-    L  ^e  la^*es'  calling.    By  the  author  of  the  whole  duty  of 
I      man.     Twelfth  edition.     Oxford,  1727. 

7:1  The  cafe  of  tithes  truly  ftated,  clearly  opened  and  fully 
refolved.  By  Anthony  Pearfon.  With  a  defence  of 
fome  other  principles,  held  by  the  people  called  Quakers. 
London,  1730..     Gift  of  Thomas  Carpenter. 

712 


126  Theology.     0£lavo. 

712  A  treatife  of  the  Holy  Scriptures.    By  Richard  Claridge. 

London,  1751*      Gift  of  Benjamin  jfackfon. 

713  A  prefervative  againft  unfettled  notions  and  want  of  prin- 

ciples in  religion.     By  Jofeph  Trapp.     Third  edition. 
2  vols.     London,  1730. 

728  A  treatife  concerning  Chriftian  difcipline;  compiled  with 
the  advice  of  a  national  meeting  of  the  people  called 
Quakers,  held  in  Dublin,  in  the  year  1746.  By  John 
Rutty. 

733  Bifhop  Taylor's  rule  and  exercifes  of  holy  living;  with 
prayers,  containing  the  whole  duty  of  a  Chriftian. 
Twenty-fifth  edition.     London,  1739. 

737  The  fpirit  of  the  martyrs  revived,  in  a  collection  of  the 
moft  remarkable  panages  and  living  teftimonies  of  the 
true  church  and  ittd  of  God,  and  faithful  martyrs  in 
all  ages.     By  Ellis  Hookes.     London,  1719. 

739  Wicked  Chriftians,  practical  Atheifts;  or  the  free  thoughts 
of  a  plain  man  on  the  doctrines  and  duties  of  religion 
in  general,  and  of  Chriftianity  in  particular.     London, 

f  742  See  page  48,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 

745  Locke  on  the  reafonablenefs  of  Chriftianity,  as  delivered 
in  the  Scriptures.     Seventh  edition.     London,  1764. 

750  Archbifhop  Fenelon's  diflertation  on  pure  love;  with  an 
account  of  the  life  and  writings  of  the  lady,  for  whofe 
fake  the  archbifhop  was  banilhed  from  court.     Dublin, 

*739- 
752  A  collection  of  felect  tracts  againft  Popery,  fhewing  the 
contrariety  of  the  whole  body  of  the  Popiih  religion. 
London. 

764  Religious  courtfhip;  being  hiftcrical  difcourfes  on  the  ne- 
ceflity  of  marrying  religious  hufbands  and  wives  only; 
as  alfo  hufbands  and  wives  being  of  the  fame  opinions 
in  religion  with  one  another.  Seventh  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1743. 

767  Sermons  on  felect  fubje&s.  By  Lewis  Atterbury.  With 
a  brief  account  of  the  author.  By  Edward  Yardley. 
2  vols.     London,  1743. 

775  The  fick  man  vifited,  and  furnifhed  with  inftructions,  me- 
ditations and  prayers,  for  preparing  him  for  death. 
By  Nathaniel  Spinkes.  To  ivhich  is  prefixed,  a  fhort 
account  of  the  life  of  the  author.  Fourth  edition. 
London,  1731. 

779 


Theology.     O  £lav  o .  127 

779  Samuel  Clarke  on  the  Scripture-doctrine  of  the  Trinity. 

Third  edition.     London,  1732. 

780  Alciphron;    or  the  minute  philofopher;    containing   an 

apology  for  the  Chriftian  religion,  againft  thofe  who 
are  called  fres  thinkers.  Second  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1732. 

787  The  principles  and  duties  of  natural  religion.  By  bifhop 
Wilkins.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1704. 

f  788  See  page  81,  (Natural  Hijlory.) 

*  801 — 6  A  difcourfe  on  forgivenefs.     London,  1741. 

82  j  Bifhop  Newton's  diifertation  on  the  prophecies,  which 
have  been  remarkably  fulfilled,  and  at  this  time  are  ful- 
filling in  the  world.    Second  edition.     3  vols.    London, 

1759- 
S25  The  divine  authority  cf  the  Old  and  New  Teftament 
afferted ;  with  a  vindication  of  the  characters  of  Mofes  , 
and  the  prophets,  our  Saviour  Jesus  Christ,  and  his 
apoftles,  againft  the  unjuft  afperfions  of  a  book,  entitled, 
"  The  moral  philofopher."  By  John  Leland.  Second 
edition.     London,  1739. 

f  830  An  effay  on  the  antiquities  of  Great  Britain  and  Ireland ; 
defigned  to  mow  an  affinity  betwixt  the  languages,  &c. 
of  the  ancient  Britons  and  the  Americans  of  the  ifthmus 
of  Darien.     Edinburgh,  1738. 

831  A  treatife  on  felf-knowledge ;  mewing  the  nature  and  be- 
nefit of  that  important  fcience,  and  the  way  to  attain 
it;  with  various  reflections  on  human  nature.  By  John 
Mafon.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1755. 

857  A  practical  treatife  upon  Chriftian  perfection,  By  Willi- 
am Law.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1737. 

f  869  Phyfico-meology;  cr  a  philofophico-moral  difquifition 
concerning  human  nature,  tree  agency,  moral  govern- 
ment, and  divine  Providence.  By  T.  Morgan.  Lon- 
don, 1 74 1. 

875  The  Chriftian's  companion,  in  the  principles  of  religion, 

and  the  concerns  of  human  life;  with  the  terms  of  our 
falvaticn.     London,  17 16. 

876  The  principles  of  the  Chriftian  religion  explained,   in  a 

brief  commentary  upon  the  church  catechifm.  By 
William,  archbifhop  of  Canterbury.  Fourth  edition. 
London,  1720. 

88? 


iz3  Theology.     O&avo. 

883  Milbourn's  legacy  to  the  church  of  England;  vindicating 
her  orders  from  the  objections  of  Papifts  and  diffenters. 
2  vols.     London,  1722. 

885  Reflections  upon  learning;  wherein  is  fnewn  the  ineffici- 

ency thereof,  in  order  to  evince  the  ufefulnefs  and  ne- 
ceffity  of  revelation.     Eighth  edition.     London,  1756. 

886  A  vindication  of  the  Lutheran  religion,  from  the  charge 

of  Popery;  with  an  hiftorical  account  of  the  perfec- 
tions and  lufferings  of  many  perfons  of  that  profedion. 
Written  originally  in  Latin,  by  Balthazar  Mentzer, 
and  now  tranflated  into  Englifh.  London,  1720. 
Gift  of  Samuel  Kirke. 

887  Primitive  Chriilianity;  or  the  religion  of  the  ancient  Chrif. 

tians  in  the  firft  ages  of  the  gofpel.  By  William  Cave. 
Sixth  edition.     London,  1702. 

893  A  difcourfe  concerning  natural  and  revealed  religion; 
evincing  the  truth  and  certainty  of  both.  By  S.  N. 
London,  1696. 

896  An  examination  of  Mr.  Warburton's  fecond  proportion, 
in  his  projected  demonftration  of  "  The  divine  legation 
of  Mofes;"  in  which  the  faith  of  the  ancient  Jewifli 
church,  touching  the  doctrine  of  a  future  ftate,  is  avert- 
ed and  cleared  from  the  author's  objections;  with  an 
appendix,  containing  confiderations  on  the  command  to 
Abraham,  to  offer  up  his  fon  Ifaac.     London,  1 744. 

899  A  fecond  letter  to  the  biihop  of  Litchfield  and  Coventry, 
in  vindication  of  the  people  called  Quakers.  By  T.  S. 
London,  1733. 

903  An  anfwer  to  the  diiTenters'  pleas  for  a  reparation;  or  an 
abridgement  of  the  London  cafes.  Third  edition. 
Cambridge,  1701. 

905  Clarke's  enquiry  into  the  origin  of  evil;  being  the  fub- 
llance  of  eight  fermons.     2  vols.     London,  172a. 

908  The  Christian  pattern;  or  the  imitation  of  Jesus  Christ. 

By  Thomas  a  Kempis.  Tranflated  by  a  female  hand. 
Germantown,  1749. 

909  Samuel  Fuller's  ferious  reply  to  twelve  fections  of  abufive 

queries,  propofed  to  the  conilderation  of  the  people  cal- 
led Quakers  5    Dublin,  1728. 

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913  The  grounds  and  principles  of  the  Chriftian  religion, 
explained  in  a  catechetical  difcourfe,  for  the  inftruction 
of  young  people.  Tranflated  from  the  French  of  I.  F. 
Oftervald,  by  Humphrey  Wanley.  London,  1704. 
Gift  of  John  Smith. 

920  A  treatife  concerning  the  right  ufe  of  the  fathers,  in  the 
decifion  of  the  controverfies  concerning  religion.  Tranf- 
lated from  the  French  of  John  Daille.     London,  1675. 

925  Difcourfes  upon  practical  fubjects.    By  George  Whitefield. 
To  which  is  added,  "  The  Oxford  Methodift."     Lon- . 
don,  1738. 

#  026 — 2  Tennent's  fermon  on  the  lawfulnefs  of  a  defenfive 
war.     Philadelphia,  1747. 

— 3  Tennent's  fait- day  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1748. 

— 4  Tennent's  fermon  before  the  facramental  folemnity. 
Philadelphia,  1748. 

— 5  The  doctrine  of  Chriftianity,  as  held  by  the  people 
called  Quakers,  vindicated,  by  John  Smith;  in  an- 
fwer  to  "  Tennent's  fermon  on  the  lawfulnefs  of  de- 
fenfive war."     Second  edition.    Philadelphia,  1 748. 

—6  Defenfive  war  defended.  By  Gilbert  Tennent.  In 
reply  to  a  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  The  doctrine  of 
Chriftianity,  as  held  by  the  people  called  Quakers, 
vindicated."     Philadelphia,  1748. 

933  An  apology;  or  defence  of  the  Chriftians  againft  the  ac- 
cusations of  the  Gentiles.  By  Tertullian.  Tranflated 
into  Engliih,  by  Henry  Brown.     London,  1755. 

935  Tennent's  fermons  on  important  fubjects.  Philadelphia, 
1 758.     Gift  of  Mrs.  Bullock. 

f  9361  Ufeful   mifcellanies;    or    ferious   reflections,    refpecting 
&    >      men's  duty  to  God,  and  one  towards  another.     Phi- 
1"  I^35J      ladelphia,  1753.     N°*  936  the  gift  of  Thomas  Wharton, 
N°*  1635  the  gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

549  The  morning  and  evening  prayer,  the  Ktany,  church 
catechifm,  family  prayers,  &c.  Tranflated  into  the 
Mohaque  indian  language,  by  Lawrence  ClaefTe.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1 7 15.  Gift  of  the  reverend  Hugh  Jones,  of 
Maryland. 

950  Boyle's  difcourfe  againft  {wearing.     London,  1695. 

*  95i— 5 


j-50  Theology*     Octavo. 

#  051 5  Elliot  and  Mayhew's  narrative  of  the  progrefs  of  the 

gofpel  among  the  indians  in  New  England.     Lon- 
don, 1653. 

068  A  difcourfe  concerning  the  happinefs  of  good  men,  and 

the  punifhment  of  the  wicked,  in  the  next  world.     By 
William  Sherlock.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1751. 

069  A  practical  difcourfe  concerning  a  future  judgment.     By 

William  Sherlock.     Twelfth  edition.     London,  1 749. 

970  The  ufe  and  intereft  of  prophecy,  in  the  feveral  ages  of 
the  world;  with  four  differtations  and  an  appendix. 
By  Thomas  Sherlock.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1 749. 

095  Sermons,  by  Charles  Churchill.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1771. 

1003  An  appeal  to  common  fenfe,  in  behalf  of  religion.  By 
James  Ofwald.     Second  edition.     London,  1768. 

1007  Warburton's  Julian;  or  difcourfe  concerning  the  earth- 
quake and  fiery  eruption,  which  defeated  the  emperor's 
attempt  to  rebuild  the  temple  at  Jerufalem.  London, 
173)0. 

1049  Differtations  on  Providence;  on  prayer;  on  the  reafon 
for  expecting  that  virtuous  men  fhall  meet  after  death 
in  a  ftate  of  happinefs ;  and  on  the  importance  of  Chrif- 
tianity.  By  Richard  Price.  Second  edition.  London, 
1768. 

*  I0$g — 4  The  uncertainty  of  a  death-bed  repentance  illudrated. 

Germantown,  1760.      Gift  of  Anthony  Benezet. 

*  1 109 —2  The  evening  fervice  of  R and  Kippur;  or  the 

beginning   of   the  year,    and  day   of    atonement. 
New  York,  1761.      Gift  of  John  Murgatroyd, 

1 1 18  The  works  of  John  Woolman.  Philadelphia,  1774.  Gift 
of  Jofeph  Crulfiank, 

*  M37 — 2  Policy,  as  well  as  honefty,  forbids  the  ufe  of  fecular 

force  in  religious  affairs.    By  Ifaac  Backus.    Bolton, 
1779. 

—3  The  fubltance  of  an  addrefs  to  an  affembly  in  Bridge- 
water,  March  10,  1779.  By  Ifaac  Backus.  This, 
and  the  preceding  pamphlet,  the  gift  of  the  author. 

*  ug8 — 4  Witherfpoon's  fad-day  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

—6  A  fermon  preached  by  the  bifhop  of  St.  Afaph.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1773. 

♦.1150 — 7 


Theology.     O&avo.  131 

*  1 1 50 — 7  The  difficulties  and  difcouragements  which  attend  the 

fludy  of  the  Scriptures  in  the  way  of  private  judg- 
ment.   By  Mr.  Hare.    Sixth  edition.   London,  1 715. 

1 163  Browne's  defence  of  the  religion  of  nature,  and  the  Chri£ 
tian  revelation.     London,  1732. 

1 1 67  Roberti  Barclaii  theologiae  vere  Chriftianas  apologia.    Edi- 
tio  fecunda.     Londini,  1729.     Gift  of  John  ff.efeman. 

1202  Porteus's  fermons,  on  feveral  fubjects.  Second  edition. 
London,  1783. 

1 212  Blair's  fermons.  Eleventh  edition.  2  vols.  London, 
1 781. 

1 21 5  Kurd's  fermons,  preached  at  Lincoln's- inn,  between  the 
years  1765  and  1776.  Second  edition.  3  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1777. 

1222  Pearce's  fermons,  on  feveral  fubje&s.     4  vols.     Londcn, 

1778. 

f  1242  See  page  99,  (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

1254!  Seven  difcourfes  and  three  prayers.     By  Samuel  Fother- 

&     >      gill.     With  an  epiftle  to  his  brethren  in  religious  pro- 

133 1  J      feffion  in  the  ifland  of  Tortola.     Philadelphia,  1780. 

Second   edition.      Philadelphia,   1783.      Both  volumes 

were  given  by  jfrfiph  Cruhjhank. 

1278  Macauley's  treatife  on  the  immutability  of  moral  truth. 
London,  1783. 

*  1282 — 1  Prieftley's  letters  to  Dodor  Newcome,  on  the  duration 

of  our  Saviour's  miniftry.     Birmingham,  1780. 

— 2  Prieftley's  letters  to  a  philofophical  unbeliever;  con- 
taining an  examination  of  the  principal  objections  of 
natural  religion.     Bath,  1780. 

1290  Letters  of  certain  Jews  to  Monfieur  De  Voltaire;  contain- 
ing an  apology  for  their  own  people,  and  for  the  Old 
Teitament;  with  critical  reflections.  Tranflated  by  the 
reverend  Philip  Lefanu.     2  vols.     Dublin,  1777. 

*  1 3 1 9 — 2  Swan's  fermon,  for  the  benefit  of  the  Humane  Society. 

London,  1783.     Gift  of  Doclor  Thomas  Parke. 

— 4  Duche's  fermon,  before  the  Humane  Society;  with  an 
hymn  fung  on  the  occafion.  London,  1781.  Gift 
of  Doctor  Thomas  Parke, 

1335  Spanhemii   evangelica  dubia.      Geneva,    1634.      Gift  of 

DoClor  William  Sharp. 

1336  The  works  of  Thomas  Sharp.     6  vols.     London,  1763* 

Gift  of  Dodor  William  Sharp, 

1337 


j  32  Theology.     O&avo. 

1337  A  fermon  on  the  Lord's  fupper.  By  Thomas  Sharp, 
Fourth  edition.  London,  1766.  Gift  of  Doctor  William 
Sharp* 

1339  A  tract  on  the  law  of  nature  and  principles  of  action  in 
man.     By  Granville  Sharp.     London,  1777.     Gift  of 

.    the  author. 

1343  Remarks  on  feveral  important  prophecies.     By  Granville 

Sharp.  Second  edition.  London,  1775.  Gift  °f  the 
author. 

1344  Granville  Sharp  on  the  law  of  retribution;  or  a  ferious 

warning  to  Great  Britain  and  her  colonies,  againft  ty- 
rants, flave-holders  and  oppreflbrs.  London,  1776. 
Gift  of  the  author. 

1 35 1  The  works  of  Doctor  John  Sharp;  containing  fermons 
and  difcourfes  on  feveral  occafions;  with  fome  papers 
wrote  in  the  Popifh  controverfy.  Ninth  edition.  7  vols. 
London,  1754.     Gift  of  Dottor  William  Sharp. 

1364  Watfon's  collection  of  theological  tracts.  6  vols.  Cam- 
bridge, 1785. 

1371  Saurin's  fermons.    Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  Robert 

Robinfon.     Second  edition.     5  vols.     London,  1784. 

1372  Kirkpatrick's  fermons,   on  various  fubjedts;    with  an  ac- 

count of  the  principles,  &c.  of  the  Proteftant  diflenters. 
Warrington,  1785. 

1373  The  prayers  and  meditations  of  Doctor  Samuel  Johnfon. 

London,  1 785. 

1374  Apthorp's  difcourfes  on  prophecy.    2  vols.   London,  1786. 

*  1388 — 3  Whitaker's  diflertation  on  the  prophecies  relating  to 
the  final  reftoration  of  the  Jews.    Canterbury,  1784. 

1 401  Swedenborg's  treatife  concerning  the  New  Jerufalem,  and 
its  heavenly  doctrines,  Tranflated  from  the  Latin. 
Second  edition.     London,  1785. 

f  1407  See  page  59,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 

141 8  Sermons,  preached  in  the  year  1784,  by  Jofeph  White. 
Second  edition.     London,  1785. 

1424  Balguy's  difcourfes  on  various  fubjects.   Winchefter,  1785. 

j 425  Holwell's  diflertations  on  the  origin,  nature  and  purfuits 
of  intelligent  beings;  and  on  divine  Providence,  reli- 
gion and  worfhip.     Bath,  1786. 

1426  A  Chinefe  fragment;  containing  an  enquiry  into  the  pre- 
fent  date  of  religion  in  England;  with  notes,  by  the 
editor.     London,  1786. 

1440 


Theology.     O&avo.  J  33 

1440  O'Leary's  mifcellaneous  tracts.  Second  edition.  Dublin, 
1781. 

1443  Sermons,  preached  on  the  occafion  of  the  late  war  and 
rebellion.  By  bifhop  Seeker.  London,  1758.  Gift  of 
William  Rarton, 

*  1454 — I   Prieftley's  letters  to  the  Jews;  inviting  them  to  an  ami- 

cable difcuffion  of   the  evidences  of   Chriitianity. 
Birmingham,  1786. 

— 2  An  eflay  on  the  gift  of  tongues,  proving  that  it  was 
not  the  gift  of  languages.     Bath,  1786. 

*  1462— -2~\  A  tractate  on  church  muficj  being  an  extract  from 

&  >      Pierce's  vindication  of  the  diuenters.      London, 

*  1467— 5  J       1786.      Gift  of  Samuel  Vaughen. 

*  1464 — 2  Thompfon's  fermon,   preached  for  the  benefit  of  the 

Humane  Society.     London,  1785.     Gift  of  Dofior 
Thomas  Parke. 

— 3  Two  fermons  preached  on  a  faft-day  during  the  late 
war  with  France.     London,  1778. 

*  j  468 — 1  A  letter  to  the  Roman  Catholics  of  the  city  of  Wcr- 

cefter,  from  the  late  chaplain  of  that  fociety.     Phi- 
ladelphia, 1784.   . 

— 2  An  addrefs  to  the  Roman  Catholics  of  the  United 
States  of  America.  By  a  Catholic  clergyman. 
Anapolis,  1784. 

— 3  A  reply  to  an  addrefs  to  the  Roman  Catholics  of  the 
United  States  of  America.  By  the  author  of  a  let- 
ter to  the  Roman  Catholics  of  the  city  of  Worcefter. 
With  obfervations  on  a  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  An 
eflay  on  matter."     Philadelphia,  1785. 

- — »4  Confiderations  on  an  act  of  the  iegiflature  of  Virginia, 
entitled,  "  An  act  for  the  eflablifhment  of  religious 
freedom."     Philadelphia,  1786. 

1 — 5  A  fermon,  delivered  at  the  opening  of  the  convention 
of  the  Proteflant  Epifcopal  church.  By  bifhop 
William  White.     Philadelphia,  1786. 

*  1469 — 1  Jenyns'  view  of  the  internal  evidence  of  the  Chriftian 

religion.     Eighth  edition.     Philadelphia,  1780. 

1471  Pilmore's  free-mafon  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1787.     Gift 
of  Caleb  Buglafs. 

*  1478 


!34  Theology.     Oclavo. 


♦  1478")  —1   Stillman's  fermon,  preached  on  the  death  of  Samuel 

&     L  Ward.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

*  1484J  —  2  Coombe's  faft-day  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

3  Smith's  fermon  on  the  prefent  fituation  of  American 

affairs.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 4  Duche's  fall- day  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

5  Duche's  fermon  on  the  duty  of  (landing  faft  in  our 

fpiritual  and   temporal   liberties.      Philadelphia, 
1775. 

—7  Carmichael's  fermon  on  the  lawfulnefs  of  a  felf-de* 
fenfive  war.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

—8  Jones's  fermon  on  defenfive  war  in  a  juft  caufe. 
Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 9  Fofter's  fermon  on  true  fortitude.  Philadelphia, 
1776. 

—10  Batwell's  faft* day  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 11  Montgomery's  faft-day  fermon.    Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 12  Zubly's  fermon  on  the  law  of  liberty.    Philadelphia, 

*775« 
1489  Remarks  on  the  prophetic  part  of  the  revelation  of  St. 
John.     By  Thomas  Reader.     London,  1778.     Gift  of 
the  author. 

1497  Hyfforddiadau  I  Ymddygiad  Defofiynol  a  Gweddus  yng 
Nghyhoedd  Wafanaeth  Duw;  yn  fwy  enwedigol  yn  yr 
Arferiad  o'r  Weddi  GyfFredin  a  appwyntiwyd  gan 
Eglwys  Loegr.     Llundain,  1752. 

■^  *  15 1 2 — 1    See  page  100,  (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

— 2  Hopkins'  hiftorical  memoirs,  relating  to  the  Houfa- 
tunnuk  indians;  or  an  account  of  the  methods 
ufed  by  John  Sergeant  for  the  propagation  of  the 
gofpel  among  them.     Bofton,  1753. 

15 19  Apologie  de  la  veritable  theologie  Chretienne.  Par  Robert 
Barclay.     A  Londres,  1 702. 

152 1  Apologia  de  la  verdadera  theologia  Chriftiana.  Por  Ro- 
berto Barclay.     A  Londres,  17 10. 

*  1522 — 5  Mayhew's  thankfgiving-difcourfe,  preached  on  the  re- 
peal of  the  ftamp-adt.  Second  edition.  Bofton, 
1766. 

t  *  1524—3 


Theology,     O&avo.  135 

f  *  1524 — 3   See  page  98,  (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

—47 

&    >  See  page  100,  (Voyages ^nd  Travels.) 

t  *  I5(54~4J 

—5  Cowper's  difTertation  on  the  diftincl  powers  of  reafon 
and  revelation.     London,  1774. 

1553  Anti-psedo-rantifm;  or  Samuel  Finley's  charitable  plea  for 

the  fpeechlefs,  examined,  and  the  baptifm  of  believers 
maintained.     By  Abel  Morgan.     Philadelphia,  1747. 

1554  Bugg's  picture  of  Quakerifm.     London,  17 14. 

*  1558 — 1  Chandler's  appeal  to  the  public  in  behalf  of  the  church 

of  England  in  America.     New  York,  1767. 

-—2  Chauncey's  anfwer  to  "  Chandler's  appeal  to  the  pub- 
lic ;"  in  behalf  of  the  non-epifcopal  churches  in  Ame- 
rica.    Bofton,  1768. 

— 3  Chandler's  defence  of  his  "  Appeal  to  the  public." 
New  York,  1769. 

— 4  Chandlers's  further  defence  of  his  "  Appeal  to  the 
public."     New  York,  1 77 1. 

*  '559 — l  Chauncey's  remarks  on  certain  pafTages  in  the  bifhop 

or  LandarT's  fermon.     Bofton,  1767. 

— 2  A  letter  to  the  bifhop  of  Landaff ;  occaiioned  by  fome 
pafTages  in  his  fermon,  on  the  twentieth  of  Febru- 
ary, 1767.  By  William  Livingfton.  New  York, 
1761. 

— 3  A  vindication  of  the  bifhop  of  LandafPs  fermon.  New 
York,  1768. 

— 4  A  letter  concerning  an  American  bifhop,  &c.    1768. 

— 5  An  addrefs  from  the  clergy  of  New  York  and  New 
Jerfey,  to  the  Epifcopalians  in  Virginia.   New  York, 

1771. 

f  -—6  See  page  60,  (Civil  Hijlory.) 

— 7  Chandler's  examination  of  the  critical  commentary  on 
Seeker's  letter  to  Mr.  Walpole.     New  York,  1774. 

— 8  A  critical  commentary  on  Seeker's  letter  to  Walpole, 
concerning  bifhops  in  America.    Philadelphia,  1771* 

— 9  The  cafe  of  the  Epifcopal  churches  in  the  United  States, 
confidered.     Philadelphia,  1782.- 

*  1560 — 1 


,  ^5  Theology.     Octavo. 

*  j-£0 j  Zubly's  fermon  on  American  affairs.     Philadelphia, 

1775. 
—2  Witherfpoon's  faft-day  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

2  Hurt's  fermon  on  the  love  of  our  country.     Philadel- 
phia, 1777. 

. 4.  Evans's  difcourfe  to  the  officers  and  foldiers  of  the 

weftern  army.     Philadelphia,  1779. 

, ^  Tennent's  fermon  on  the  lawfulnefs  of  defenfive  war. 

Second  edition.     Philadelphia,  1747. 

—6  Fifh's  thankfgiving  difcourfe   on  the   repeal  of   the 
ftamp-a<5t.     Providence,  1767. 

—7  Stillman's  artillery- election  fermon.     Bofton,  17 70. 

— 8  B  at  well's  fail-  day  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

—9  Smith's  fermon  on  the  prefent  fituation  of  American 
affairs.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

10  Montgomery's  faft-day  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

*  Xr5i 1  Carmichael's  fermon  on  the  lawfulnefs  of  felf- defenfive 

war.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

2  Gordon's  thankfgiving  difcourfe.     Bofi.on,  1775. 

2  Tennent's  addrefs  on  the  late  invafion  of  the  liberties 

of  the  American  colonies  by  the  Britilh  parliament. 
Philadelphia,  1774. 

. — 4  Duche's  fermon  on  the  duty  of  {landing  fafl  in  our 
fpiritual  and  temporal  liberties.    Philadelphia,  1 775. 

5  Duche's  faft-day  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 6  Coombe's  fafl- day  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 7  Jones's  fermon  on  defenfive  war  in  a  juft  caufe.     Phi- 
ladelphia, 1775. 

, — 8  Gordon's  fermon  before  the  houfe  of  reprefentatives. 
Watertown,  1775. 

. — 9  Stillman's  fermon  on  the  death  of  Samuel  Ward,  Ef- 
quire.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

. — 10  Foller's  fermon  on  true  fortitude.    Philadelphia,  1776. 

-—1 1  Griffith's  fermon  on  paffive  obedience.    William  (burg, 
1776. 

. — 12  Smith's  free-mafon  fermon.     Philadelphia,  17 79* 

. — 13  Magaw's  free-mafon  fermon.     Philadelphia,  1779. 

•— 14  Mahew's  election  fermon.     Bolton,  1754. 

**5&4 — ' 


Theology.     0£tavb.  137 

*  ^64 — 1   Smith's  difcourfe  concerning  the  converfion  of  the  hea- 

then Americans.     Philadelphia,  1 760. 

— 2  The  bifhop  of  St.  Afaph's  fermon,  before  the  fociety 
for  the  propagation  of  the  gofpel  in  foreign  parts. 
New  York,  1773. 

*  1565 — 2  Hufbands'  remarks  on  religion.     Philadelphia,  1761. 

3  Brief  van  de  Weleerwaarde  Claffis  van  Amfterdam, 

aan  de  Weleerwaarde  Vergaderinge  van  Predikan- 
ten,  &  Ouderlingen  der  Herformde  kerken  in  de 
Provincien    van    Nieuw-York,     en    Nieuw-Jerfey. 

Nieuw-York,  1772. 

— 5  Whitefield's  letter  to  count  ZinzendorfF.  Third  edi- 
tion.    London,  1753. 

— 7  An  addrefs  from  the  Baptift  church  in  Philadelphia, 
to  their  fifter  churches.     Philadelphia,  1781. 

— 9  Cummings'  fermon  on  the  death  of  Patrick  Gordon, 
Efquire,  lieutenant-governor  of  Pennfylvania.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1736. 

— 10  Duche's  fermon  at  the  funeral  of  Evan  Morgan.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1763. 

— 11  Edwards's  new-year's  gift;  being  a  fermon  delivered 
at  Philadelphia,  January  1,  1770.     Philadelphia. 

— 12  Duche's  fermon  on  the  death  of  Richard  Penn,  Ef- 
quire.    Philadelphia,  1771. 

— 13  Davies'  fermon  on  man's  primitive  ftate.  Philadel- 
phia, 1748. 

— 14  Pierfon's  difcourfe  on  the  nature  and  benefits  of 
Christ's  interceffion.  Woodbridge,  New  Jerfey, 
1765. 

— 15  Maccarty's  fermon  on  the  execution  of  four  criminals 
for  the  murder  of  Jofhua  Spooner;  with  an  appen- 
dix, giving  fome  account  of  thofe  prifoners,  Wor- 
cefter,  1778. 

*  1568 — 1  Obfervations  on  George  Whitefield  and  his  oppofers. 

Bofton,  1740. 

— 4  Ellington's  fermon,  preached  the  twenty-fifth  of 
March,  1 771,  the  anniverfary  of  laying  the  founda- 
tion of  the  Orphan-houfe  in  Georgia.     Savannah. 

*  1569—2 

s 


138  Theology.     O&avo. 

*  1569—2  Tennent's  effay  upon  the  peace  of  Jerufalem.     Phila- 

delphia, 1749. 

— 3  Tennent's  fermon  on  the  difplays  of  Divine  Juftice,  in 
the  propitiatory  facrifice  of  Christ.  Philadelphia, 
1749. 

■ — 4  Finley's  vindication  of  "  The  charitable  plea  for  the 
fpeechlefs;"  in  anfwer  to  "  Abel  Morgan's  anti-ps- 
do-rantifm."     Philadelphia,  1748. 

—-5  Memoirs  of  captain  Roger  Clapp;  relating  fome  of 
God's   remarkable  providences  to  him.      Bofton, 

I731- 
— 6  Whitefield's  confirmation  of  the  remarkable  work  of 
God  in  New  England.    Glafgow,  1742. 

-—7  Whitefield's  anfwer  to  a  pamphlet,  entitled,  u  Obferva- 
tions  upon  the  conduct:  of  the  Methodifts.,,  Third 
edition.     London,  1744. 

*  1588 — 1  The  doctrine  of  Chriftianity,   as  held  by  the  people 

called  Quakers,  vindicated,  by  John  Smith;  in 
anfwer  to  "  Gilbert  Tennent's  fermon  on  the  law- 
fulnefs  of  defenfive  war."  Second  edition.  Phila- 
delphia, 1748. 

— 2  A  letter  from  a  meeting  of  the  brethren  called  Quak- 
ers, to  the  authors  of  the  pamphlet,  called  "  Con- 
fiderations  on  the  German  war.     Bofton,  1761. 

— 7  A  letter  to  the  Roman  Catholics  of  the  city  of  Wor- 
cefter.     Philadelphia,  1784. 

*  1595 — 7  Obfervations  fur  la  fociete  de  Quakers  ou  Trembleurs. 

Par  Antoine  Benezet.     Philadelphia,  1780. 

1599  Etwas   vom   rechten   lebenfwege.      Philadelphia,    1781. 
Gift  of  Melchior  Sterner* 

l6n  Lowman's  paraphrafe  and  notes  on  the  revelation  of  St. 
John.     Third  edition.     London,  1773. 

*  1628 — 1  Jupiter  Hammon's  addrefs  to  the  negroes  in  the  (late  of 

New  York.     Philadelphia,  1787. 

—4  Clarke  on  the  prophetic  numbers  cf  Daniel  and  John. 
Charleflon,  (South  Carolina,)   1759. 

•f-  —-5   See  page  101,   (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

— 6  Magaw's  fermon,  preached  before  the  Free-mafons  of 
the  ftate  of  Delaware,  December  27,  1779*  P*11" 
ladelphia. 

—8  Jones's  fermon  on  defenfive  war.  Philadelphia,  177*1 
This  voh::ne  the  gift  of  Zachariah  Ponlfon,  junr. 

*  i6sc — i 


Theology.     Ofravo.  139 

*  !6^o — 1  A  draught  of  an  overture,    prepared  and  publifhed 

by  a  committee  of  the  Aflbciate  Reformed  fynod, 
for  the  purpofe  of  illuftrating  and  defending  the 
doctrines  of  the  Weftminfter  confeflion  of  faith. 
Philadelphia,  1787.     Gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

— 2  Reader's  remarks  on  the  three  firft  chapters  of  the  re- 
velation of  St.  John;  with  four  letters  to  the  reve- 
rend Thomas  Charles,  on  the  number  of  the  beads, 
&c.     Taunton,  1785. 

— 3  Reader's  fermon  on  Popery;  with  an  appendix  refpecl- 
ing  the  duty  of  the  civil  xnagiitrates  in  matters  of 
religion.  London,  1781.  This  and  the  preceding 
pamphlet  the  gift  of  the  author* 

*  1632 — 6  Remarks  on  the  practice  of  inoculation  for  the  Small 

Pox.  Second  edition.  London,  1767.  Gift  of  Za- 
chariah Poulfon,  junr, 

*  1639 6  The  abolition  of  the  flave- trade  confidered  in  a  religi- 

ous point  of  view.  A  fermon,  by  William  Agutter. 
London,  1788. 

— 7  Juftice  and  mercy  recommended,  particularly  with 
reference  to  the  flave-trade.  A  fermon,  by  P.  Peck- 
ard.  With  the  report  of  a  committee  of  the  fociety 
militated  in  London  for  the  purpofe  of  affecting  the 
abolition  of  the  flave-trade.     Cambridge,  1788. 

— 8  A  fermon  on  the  fubject  of  the  flave-trade,  by  Jofeph 
Prieftley.     Birmingham,  1788. 

— 9  An  occafional  difcourfe  on  the  fubject  of  the  African 
flave-trade.  By  W.  Mafon.  York,  1788.  This 
volume  the  gift  of  the  Philadelphia  fociety  for  promoting 
the  abolition  of  flavery. 


DUODECIMO. 

1  Meditations  on  felecT:  paffages  of  Scripture,  and  facred 
dialogues  between  a  father  and  his  children.  By  Ri- 
chard Pearfall.  Publifhed  by  Thomas  Gibbons.  2  vols. 
London,  1765. 

5  The  evidences  of  the  Christian  religion;  with  additional 
difcourfes  on  interefting  fubjects.  By  Jofeph  Addifon. 
Fourth  edition.     Glafgow,  1745. 

63  A  treatife  concerning  baptifm  and  the  fupper;  wherein  the 
people  called  Quakers  are  vindicated  for  their  difufe  of 
thele  figns.     By  Jofeph  Pike.     London,  1710. 

93 


140  Theology,     Duodecimo. 

93  An  attempt  to  explain  the  words  reafon,  fubflance,  perfon, 
creeds,  orthodoxy,  Catholic  church,  fubfcriptions,  and 
index  expurgatorius ;  with  fome  reflections  and  queries 
on  the  fame  fubjects.  By  a  Prefbyter  of  the  church  of 
England.     Third  edition.     London,  1767. 

107  The  works  of  Duncan  Forbes;  containing,  thoughts  on 
religion,  natural  and  revealed;  a  letter  to  a  bifhop, 
concerning  fome  important  difcoveries  in  philofophy 
and  theology;  and  reflections  on  the  fources  of  incredu- 
lity with  regard  to  religion.     2  vols.     Edinburgh. 

f  134  The  memoirs  of  the  marquis  of  D'Argens;  being  a  criti- 
cal enquiry  into  the  nature  of  friendfhip  and  happinefs; 
and  eflays  on  other  fubjects.     2  vols.     London,  1747. 

141  "J  Bifhop  Wilfon's  efTay  towards  an  inflruction  for  the  indi- 
&    >      ans;  explaining  the  mod  efTential  doctrines  of  Chrifli- 
436  J      anity.     London,  1740. 

151  The  wifdom  of  God,  manifefted  in  the  works  of  the 
creation.     By  John  Ray.    Eleventh  edition.     Glafgow, 

*744- 
162  Ingenious  thoughts  of  the  fathers  of  the  church;  collected 
by  Bouhours,    in  French.      Tranflated  into   Englifh. 
London,  1727. 

187  The  defign  of  Chriflianity  demonftrated.  By  Edward 
Fowler.     Belfaft,  1741.      Gift  of  John  Smith. 

212  A  demonstration  of  the  exigence  and  attributes  of  God; 
drawn  from  the  knowledge  of  nature,  and  from  the 
idea  of  the  infinite  Himself.  By  Mr.  Fenelon,  arch- 
bilhop  of  Cambray.     Second  edition.     London,  1720. 

231  An  indifference  for  religion  inexcufable;  or  a  review  of 
the  certainty,  importance  and  harmony  of  religion, 
both  natural  and  revealed.  By  Samuel  Squire.  Second 
edition.     London,  1759. 

238  The  young  gentleman  inttructed  in  the  grounds  of  the 
Chriftian  religion.     Dublin,  1750. 

252  The  confefllon  of  the  miniiters,  which  in  the  United  Pro- 
vinces are  called  Remon  ft  rants  or  Arminians,  concern- 
ing the  chief  points  of  the  Chriftian  religion.    London. 

279  The  ftrength  and  weaknefs  of  human  reafon:  or  the  ques- 
tion about  the  fufficiency  of  reafon  to  conduct  mankind 
to  religion  and  future  happinefs,  argued  between  a 
Deift  and  a  Chriftian.    Second  edition.    London,  1737- 

346 


Theology.     Duodecimo.  141 

346  Sunday-thoughts;  adapted  to  the  various  parts  of  the 
Chriflian  fabbath,  and  its  difFerent  duties.  By  Mofes 
Browne. 

-f  348  A  collection  of  the  letters  of  the  late  James  Hervey.  To 
which  is  prefixed,  an  account  of  his  life.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1760. 

151  The  time  of  danger,  means  of  fafety,  and  way  of  hoii- 
nefs;  being  the  fubitance  of  three  fermons,  preached 
on  the  late  public  faft-days.  By  James  Hervey.  Third 
edition.     London,  1759. 

354!  The  independent  whig;  or  a  defence  of  primitive  Chrif- 
&    >     tianity,  and  of  our  ecclefiaftical  eftablifhment.     Sixth 
3 64  J      edition.     3  vols.     London,  1735. 

384  Chriflian  oratory;  or  the  devotion  of  the  clofet  difplayed. 
By  Benjamin  Bennet.  Fourth  edition.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1747. 

*  394 — 2  Stevenfon's  cordial  for  old  and  young  ChriPJans. 

396  An  hiftorical  character  relating  to  the  holy  and  exemplary 
life  of  lady  Elizabeth  Haftings,  by  Thomas  Bernard. 
Leeds,  1742. 

398  The  piadice  of  true  devotion,  in  relation  to  the  end  as 
well  as  the  means  of  religion.  By  Robert  Nclfon.  Se- 
cond edition.     London,  17 15. 

406  Sermons  to  young  men.  By  Jonathan  Mayhew.  2  vols. 
London,  1767. 

408  Religio  medici,   by  Thomas  Browne;   with  notes.      To 

which  is  added,  the  life  of  the  author;  and  the  obferva- 
tions  of  Kennelm  Digby.     London,  1736. 

409  Anti-psdo-rantifm;  or  Samuel  Finley's  charitable  plea  for 

the  fpeechlefs,   refuted;    and  the  baptifm  of  believers 
maintained.     By  Abel  Morgan.     Philadelphia,  1 747. 

412  The  pillars  of  prieft-craft  and  orthodoxy  (haken.  2  vols. 
London,  1752. 

430  Winftanley's   new  form   of   felf- examination.      London, 

1752. 

433  -A-  practical  dii'jourfe  of  a  believer's  life,  derived  from, 
and  reiolved  into,  Christ.  By  John  Gammon.  Sixth 
edition.  .  London,  1 743. 

438  Piety  promoted;  being  a  collection  of  the  dying  fayings 
of  many  of  the  people  called  Quakers;  with  memorials 
of  their  lives  and  fuiferings.  By  John  Tcmkias  and. 
John  Field.     Dublin,  172 1. 

446 


j  42  Thcckgy.     Duodecimo.    . 

446  The  catechifm  of  Luther,  in  Swedifh  and  the  Virginian 
indian  language.     Stockholm,  1696. 

*t  449  ^ee  PaSe  I02»  (Voyages  and  Travels.) 
454  Advice  to  the  readers  of  the  common  prayer;  with  a  pre- 
face concerning  divine  worfhip.    Fourth  edition.     Lon- 
don, 1707, 

460  Reflefione   morali  fopra  l'iftoria  del  Vecchio    e    Nuovo 

Teftamento.     Venezia,  1760. 

461  Afiertiones  theologies  de  Trino  ei  uno  Deo,  adverfus  no- 

vus  famofatenicos.     Typis  Alexii  Rodecii. 

468  An  expofition  of  the  affembly's  catechifm.     By  John  Fla- 

vel.     London,  1692. 

469  The  neceffity  and  advantage  of  public  prayer  and  frequent 

communion.     By  bifhop  Beveridge.     London,  1709. 

470  A  mort  difcourfe  upon  the  doclrine  of  our  baptifmal  cove- 

nant.    By  Thomas  Bray.     London,  1 700. 

473  A  catechifm  and  confeflion  of  faith.     By  Robert  Barclay. 

Eighth  edition.     Philadelphia,  1753. 

474  The  myftery  of  Jefuitifme;  difcovered  in  certain  letters, 

written  upon  occafion  of  the  prefent  differences  between 
the  Janfenifts  and  the  Molinifts.     London,  1658. 

477  A  journal  of  the  life,  travels  and  labours  of  Thomas  Wil- 

ibn.     Dublin,  1728. 

478  Love  and  religion   demonftrated   in  the  martyrdom  of 

Theodore  and  of  Didymus.     By  Robert  Boyle.     Se- 
cond edition.     London,  1702. 

479  An  account  of  the  life  and  travels,  in  the  work  of  the 

miniftry,  of  John  Fothergill.     Philadelphia,  1754. 

4S4  The  principles  of  the  raoft  ancient  and  modern  philofophy, 
concerning  God,  Christ,  and  the  creatures.  London, 
1692. 

486  La  FaufTete  des  vertus  humaines,  par  M.  Efprit.    Amster- 

dam, 1709. 

487  A  brief  narrative  of  the  life,  and  labours  in  the  work  of 

the  miniftry  of  John  Barcroft.     Dublin,  1730. 

492  A  falutation  to  the  Britains,  to  call  them  from  the  many 
things,  to  the  one  thing  needful.  By  Ellis  Pugh. 
Philadelphia,  1727. 

494  A  brief  apology  in  behalf  of  the  people  called  Quakers. 
By  W.  Chandler  and  others.     Dublin,  1727. 

495 


Theology.     Duodecimo.  143 

*  495  A  token  for  mariners;  and  the  Teaman's  preacher.     Lon- 

don, X708. 

496  Bifliop  Hall's  treatife  on  old  religion;    wherein  is  laid 

down  the  true  ftate  of  the  difference  between  the  Re- 
formed and  Roman  church.     London,  1636. 

497  Confiderations  relating  to  the  prefent  ftate  of  the  Chriftian 

religion;  wherein  the  nature,  defign  and  truth  of  it 
are  explained  and  recommended.  By  Alexander  Arfcot. 
Philadelphia,  1732. 

501  The  holy  war;  made  by  Shaddai  upon  Diabolus,  for 
regaining  the  metropolis  of  the  world;  or  the  lofmg 
and  taking  again  of  the  town  of  Manfoul.  By  John 
Bunyan.     Glafgow,  1721. 

517  Sacramental  meditations  on  the  fufferings  and  death  of 

Christ.  By  Daniel  Campbel.  Second  edition.  Bof- 
ton,  1740. 

518  John  Eitaugh's  call  to  the  unfaithful  profeifors  of  truth; 

with  divers  epiftles  by  the  fame  author.     Philadelphia, 

1 745- 
520  Sermons  on  various  fubjecls.     By  George  WhiteSeld.     2 
vols.     Philadelphia,  1 740.     Gift  of  Samuel  Klrke, 

527  Grace  abounding  to  the  chief  of  nnners;  or  a  brief  rela- 
tion of  the  mercy  of  God  in  Christ,  to  John  Bunyan. 
B  elf  aft,  1 7 14. 

564  No  crofs,  no  crown;  a  difcourfe  Hewing  the  nature  and 
difcipline  of  the  holy  crofs  of  Christ,  By  William 
Penn.     London. 

569  The  fermons  of  Mr.  Yorick.     4  vols.     London,  1761. 

*  602 — 4  Forbes's  reflections  on  the  fources  of  incredulity  with 

regard  to  religion.     Edinburgh,  1752. 

619  A  journal  of  the  life,  travels  and  gofpel  labours  of  Darnel 
Stanton.     Philadelphia,  1772.     Gift  of  Jofeph  Crulf hank* 

662  An  earned  appeal  to  men  of  reafon  and  religion.  By 
John  Wefley.     Briftol,  1771.      G  ft  of  the  author. 

*  ^2, — X   An  appeal  to  matter  of  fact  and  common  fenfe;  or  a 

rational    demonftration    of    man's    corrupt    eftate. 
Briilol,  1773. 

— 2  An  addrefs  to  the  ferious  reader  who  enquires,  What 
muft  I  do  to  be  faved?  This  volume  the  gift  of 
John  Wefley. 

*  664—I 


144  Theology*     Duodecimo; 

*  664 1  A  vindication  of  the  reverend  Mr.  Wefley's  lafl  mi- 

nutes, occafioned  by  a  circular  letter  inviting  fuch 
perfons  who  disapprove  of  thofe  minutes  to  oppofe 
them.     Third  edition.     Briftol,  1772. 

— 2  Logica  genevenfis;  or  a  fourth  check  to  Antinomian- 
iim.  Second  edition.  Briftol,  1 772.  This  volume 
the  gift  of  John  Wefley* 

686  Grotius  on  the  truth  of  Chriftiamty.        Tranflated  into 
Englifh,  by  Spencer  Madan.     London,  1782. 

688  Enfield's  fermons  for  the  ufe  of  families.  Fifth  edition. 
2  vols.     London,  1778. 

697  Jenyns'  view  of  the  internal  evidence  of  the  Chriflian  reli- 
gion.    Sixth  edition.     London,  1781. 

711  Maclaine's  letters,  addrefTed  to  Soame  Jenyns,  Efquire, 
on  occafion  of  his  "  View  of  the  internal  evidence  of 
the  Chriflian  religion."  Second  edition.  London, 
1778. 

*  715 — 1  Confederations  on  war,   flavery,   and  the  nature  and 

bad  effects  of  fpirituous  liquors.  By  Anthony  Be- 
nezet.     Philadelphia,  1778. 

— 2  The  folly  and  vanity  of  a  life  fpent  in  the  purfuit  of 
worldly  profit.     Philadelphia,  1770. 

719  Newcome  on  the  duration  of  our  Lord's  miniflry;  in  re- 
ply to  a  letter  from  Doctor  Prieftley  on  that  fubject. 
Dublin,  1780. 

758  Ogden's  fermons;  wfrh  an  account  of  his  life.  Third  edi- 
tion.    2  vols.     Cambridge,  1786. 

762  Reflections  on  death.    By  William  Dodd.    London,  1782. 

763  Comfort  for  the  afflicted,  under  every  diflrefs;  with  fuita- 

ble  devotions.      Bv  William  Dodd.     Second  edition, 

0 

London,  1773. 

768  Letters  on  infidelity.  By  the  author  of  a  letter  to  Doctor 
Adam  Smith.     Oxford,  1784. 

773  Beattie's  evidences  of  the  Chriflian  religion.  2  vols. 
Edinburgh,  1786. 

775  Hervey's  meditations  and  contemplations;  with  plates. 
Twenty-fecond  edition.     London,  1776. 

*  778—2 


Theology,     Duodecimo.  145 

*  778—3  A  looking-glafs  for  the  Jews.     By  George  Fox.    Phi- 

ladelphia, 1784.      Gift  of  Charles  Crawford* 

— 4  "J  Obfervations  upon  the  downfall  of  the  Papal  power, 
&     >      and  the  confequent  events.     By  Charles  Crawford. 

*  985 — 1  J       Second  edition.     Philadelphia,  1788.      Gift  of  the 

author, 

786  Sermons  taken  ovt  of  feverall  places  of  Scrip tvre.     Lon- 
don, 1596.      Gift  of  jfofeph  CrukfJjank. 

*  787 — I  The  curfe  of  cowardice;  a  fermon.     By  Mr.  Davies. 

London,  1758. 

— 2  Linn's  military  difcourfe,  delivered  in  Carlifle.  Phila- 
delphia, 1776. 

— 3  A  Connecticut  thankfgiving  fermon.     Hartford,  1778. 

— 4  Brackenridge's  fix  political  difcourfes,  founded  on 
Scripture.     Lancatter. 

— 5  Clark's  remarks  on  fwearing.     Lancafter,  1 755. 

— 6  Reafons  why  human  compositions  ought  not  to  be  ufed 
in  the  praifes  of  God;  with  an  addrefs  concerning 
family  government.     Albany,  1783. 

— 7  A  warning  by  the  Aflbciated  Prefbytery  in  Pennfyl- 
vania,  to  the  people  of  the  United  States.  Lanca- 
fter,  1778. 

— 9  Leflie's  method  with  the  Deifts.     Philadelphia,  1783. 

— 10  MarfhalPs  catechifm,  agreeably  to  the  doctrines  of  the 
Weftminfter  confeffion  of  faith.    Philadelphia,  1784. 

*  788 — 1   A  narrative  of  the  extraordinary  work  at  Cambufiang, 

in  Scotland.     Philadelphia,  1742. 

— 2  Blair's  animadverfions  on  the  reafons  which  induced 
Alexander  Creaghead  to  recede  from  the  Prefbyte- 
rian  church.     Philadelphia,  1 742. 

—3  Davenport's  letter  to  Jonathan  Barber.      1743-4. 

— 4  Old  Mr.  Dod's  fayings. 

——5  Finley's  refutation  of  Mr.  Tbompfon's  fermon  on  the 
doctrine  of  convictions.     Philadelphia,  1743. 

— 6  Whitefield's  remarks  on  a  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  The 
enthufiafm  of  Methodifts  and  Papiits  compared." 
Philadelphia,  1749. 

— 7   A  religious  difcourfe.      (The  title  page  wanting.) 

— 8  Garden's  two  fermons,  preached  in  Charlefton.  New 
York,  1742. 

T  -9 


146  *       Theology.     Duodecimo. 

9  Anne  Dutton's  letter  to  George  Whitefield.  Phila- 
delphia. 

— 10  Whitefield's  obfervations  on  fome  fatal  miftakes,  in  a 
book,  entitled,  "  The  doctrine  of  grace,  &c." 
Philadelphia,  1763. 

— 11  A  declaration  of  what  God  has  done  for  our  fouls. 
By  fome  Baptift  people  called  Quakers,  in  Connec- 
ticut.    1760. 

*  789 — 1   Tennent's  fermon,  preached  at  Philadelphia,  Decem- 

ber 23,  1744.     Philadelphia. 

— 2  Tennent's  fermon,  preached  at  Philadelphia,  Decem- 
ber 30,  1744.     Philadelphia. 

— 3  Tennent's  fermon  on  the  fuccefs  cf  the  expedition 
againft  Louiiburgh,  on  cape  Breton.    Philadelphia, 

1745- 
— 4  An  addrefs  to  the  people  of  New  England;  occafioned 
by  the  preaching  of  certain  deftru&ive  doctrines,  by 
James  Macfparran.     New  Port,  1753. 

— 5  Blair's  narrative  of  the  revival  of  religion  in  feveral 
parts  of  Pennfylvania.     Philadelphia,  1744. 

— 6  Whitefield' s  account  of  God's  dealings  with  him; 
with  an  account  of  the  Orphan-hcufe  cf  Georgia. 
Philadelphia,  1746. 

—8  Whitefield's  letter  to  Doctor  Chauncey.    Philadelphia, 

1745- 
— 9  Arthur's  fermon  at  the  ordination  of  Daniel  Thane, 
at  Conneaicut-farms,   in  New  Jerfey ;  with  an  ex- 
hortation, by  C.  Smith.     New  York,  1 750. 

10  A  protection  prefented  to  the  fynod  of  Philadelphia, 

June  1,   1 741.     Philadelphia,  1741. 

— II  Kinnerfley's  letter  to  the  minifters  of  the  Baptiil  con- 
gregations in  Pennfylvania  and  New  Jerfey.  Phila- 
delphia, 1746. 

12  Queries  concerning  the  operation  of  the  Holy  Spirit 

anfwered.      Philadelphia. 

*  790 — 1   Fiftier  on  the  light  of  Christ.     Philadelphia,  1744. 

— 4  An  examination  of  Robert  Barclay's  principles,  with 
regard  to  man's  natural  ability  fnice  the  fall. 

5  Martin's  letter  to  Francis  de  Voltaire,  vindicating  the 

-      people  called  Quakers  from  Lis  remarks.     Dublin, 
1749. 

—6 


Theology.     Duodecimo.  147 

— 6  The  vifion  which  Ifaac  Childs  faw  in  the  year  1757, 
concerning  Pennfylvania. 

— 7  The  vifion  of  Thomas  Say.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 8  The  vifion  of  Ifaac  Watts.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

*  791 — 1   Advice  from  the  monthly  meeting  of  Friends,  at  Phi- 

ladelphia, 1732,  concerning  children  and  fervants. 

—3  Anthony  Benezet  on  the  plainnefs  and  innocent  fimpli- 
city  of  the  Chriftian  religion.     Philadelphia,  1782. 

— 4  A  letter  from  Elizabeth  Webb  to  Anthony  William 
Boehm;  with  his  anfwer.     Philadelphia,  178 1. 

— 8  Benezet's  ferious  reflections  on  the  times.      Philadel- 
phia, 1778. 

— 10  Benezet's  thoughts  on  the  nature  of  war.     Philadel- 
phia, 1776. 

— 1 1   Sayre's  reafons  for  not  figning  the  afTociation  of  New 
York. 

*  797 — g  Methodifm  anatomifed;  or  an  alarm  to  Pennfylvania. 

Philadelphia,  1763. 

*  798 — 5  A  letter  from  the  bifnop  of  London,   to  the  clergy 

and  people  of  London  and  Weftminfter,  on  the  late 
earthquakes.     London,  1750. 

*  802 — 1   Den  Rykdom  der  Genade  uitgebreidet.       (Title  page 

loft.) 

— 2  The  Lutheran  catechifm  in  the  Swedifli  and  Indian 
languages.     (No  title  page.) 

—3  Een  korte  handleiding  voor  een  onwedergeboren  Son 
daar  om  tot  Christus  te  koomen.  Nieuw  York, 
1740. 

*  804 — 1   La  doctrine  des  batemes  corrigee  des  fes  corruptions. 

Par  Guillaume  Dell.     Traduit  de  PAnglois.     Lon- 
dres,  1743. 

— 2  Penfees  fur  la  nature  et  le  deffein  du  Chriftianifme. 
Seconde  edition.     Londres,  1759. 

818  The  examiner  examined;  or  Gilbert  Tennent  harmonious; 

in  anfwer  to  a  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  The  examiner;  or 
Gilbert  again  ft  Tennent."  By  Gilbert  Tennent.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1743. 

819  The  Deifm  of  William  Penn  and  his  brethren,  deftructive 

to  the  Chriftian  religion.  By  George  Keith.  London, 
1699. 

825 


148  Theology.     Duodecimo. 

825  Dickinfon's  difplay  of  God's  fpecial  grace;  in  a  familiar 
dialogue.     Philadelphia,  1743. 

*  836 5  Recognoifiance  D'Obbe  Philippe  par  laquelle  il  con- 

felfe  que  lui  et  deux  qui  ont  enfeigne  et  enfeignent 
entre  les  Anabaptiftes  n'ont  nulle  vocation  legitime. 
A  Leyde,  1595. 

842  La  liturgie  felon  l'ufage  de  l'Eglife  Anglicane.  Londres, 
1704. 

865  The  book  of  common  prayer,  as  revifed  by  a  convention 
of  the  Proteftant  Epiicopal  church  of  the  United  States 
of  America.     Philadelphia,  1786. 

867  Das  kleine  Davidifche  pfalterfpiel  der  kinder  Zions.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1 7  8 1 .      Gift  of  Steiner  and  Cijl. 

*  870 — I  Wright's  expofition  of  the  thirteenth  chapter  of  the 

revelation  of  St.  John.     Dublin.     Gift  of  Zachariah 
Poulfon,  junr. 

676  Truth  vindicated  by  the  writings  of  Elizabeth  Bathurft. 
London,  1665.      Gift  cf  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

884  L.  Eliae  Schedii  de  diis  Germanis,  five  veterum  German- 
orum,  Gallorum,  Britannorum,  Vandaliorum  reli- 
gione  Syngrammata  quatuor.    Amfterodami,  1648. 

919  L.  Marci  Minucii  Felicis  de  idolorum  vanitate  et  Julius 
Firmicus  de  profana  ac  vera  religione,  cum  notis. 
Oxoniae,  1662. 

922  L.  Medulla  theologiae  per  Gulielmum  Amefium.  Lon- 
dini,  1630. 

932  L.  Hugo  Grotius  de  veritate  religionis  Chriftianae. 
Sumptibus   Seb.  Cramoify,  1640. 

970  L.  Hugo  Grotius  de  veritate  religionis  Chriftianse.  Am- 
ftelodami,  1669. 

974  L.  Bellarminus  enervatus  five  difputationes  antibellarmi- 
nianse  A  Guilielmo  Amefio,  tomus  tertius.  Amfte- 
lodami,  1628. 

998  A  reafonable  word  to  the  doctors  of   reafon.      By  N. 
Goldham.     London,  1699. 

1006  A  manufcript  prayer  book,  written  in  Latin,  on  vellum, 
in  the  year  1060. 

IL  Mythology. 


Mythology.     Folio.  149 


IL     Mythology. 


FOLIO. 

t  292    O  PENCE'S  Polymetis;  or  an  enquiry  concerning  the 
£3   agreement  between  the  works  of  the  Roman  poets, 
and  remains  of  the  ancient  artifts ;  with  plates.   Lon- 
don, 1755. 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

•j"  75   See  page  88,  (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

288  Bryant's  analyfis  of  ancient  mythology,  whfcrein  an  at- 
tempt is  made  to  diveft  tradition  of  fables,  &c.     2  vols, 

London,  1774. 


OCTAVO. 

f  257  The  travels  of  Cyrus,  by  the  chevalier  Ramfey.  To 
which  is  annexed  his  difcourfe  upon  the  theology  and 
mythology  of  the  ancients.  Third  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1728. 

478  Letters  on  mythology.     London,  1748. 

550  A  philofophical  inquiry  into  the  origin  of  our  ideas  of  the 
fublime  and  beautiful;  with  an  introductory  difcourfe, 
concerning  tafte,  and  feveral  other  additions.  Fourth 
edition.     London,  1764. 

t  771  See  page  48,  (Civil  Hlflory.) 

1042  Cicero  of  the  nature  of  the  gods;  with  notes,  and  an  en- 
quiry into  the  aftronomy  and  anatomy  of  the  ancients. 
London,  1741. 

*  1069 — 1 


j  jo  Mythology.     Octavo. 

1069  Platarchi  de  Ifide  et  Ofiride  liber;  a  treatife  of  IHs 
and  Ofiris.  Greek  and  Englifh.  Tranflated  by- 
Samuel  Squire.     Cambridge,  1  744.. 

1762  The  mythology  and  fables  of  the  ancients  explained  from 
hiftory.  By  the  abbe  Banier.  Tranflated  from  the 
French.     Vol.  1.     London,  1739. 


DUODECIMO. 

f  137   See  page  65,   (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

J  324  See  page  68,   (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

f  434  The  temple  of  the  mufes;  or  the  principal  hiftories  of  fa- 
bulous antiquity;  with  remarks.     London,  1738. 

505  Cicero's  three  books,  touching  the  nature  of  the  gods. 
Tranflated  into  Englifh,  with  notes  and  illuftrations. 
London,  1683. 


III.     Ethics ;  or  the  Moral  Syfcem  in  general. 


FOLIO. 

S9   r  a  1  HE    Philofophie,    commonly    called,    the   morals. 
|       Written  by  Plutarch,  and  tranflated  out  of  Greeke 
into  Englifh,  by  Philemon  Holland.   London,  1663. 
Gift  of  jfofph  Breintnall. 

433  L.  Theatrum  vitse  humanss,  authore  Comado  Lycoflhene. 
Bafilia^,  1565. 

442  L.  Divini   Platonis   opera  omnia  q\ix  extant,   Grace  et 
Latine.     Lugduni,  1590. 

445   L.  Seneca  opera  qucc  extant  omnia.     A  Lipfio  emendata. 
Antverpise,  1632. 

QJJ  A  R  T  O. 


Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Syjlem.     Quarto.       151 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

36  All  the  works  of  Epidtetus,  which  are  now  extant;  pre- 
ferred by  Arrian.  Translated  from  the  original  Greek, 
by  Elizabeth  Carter;  with  an  introduction  and  notes, 
by  the  tranflatrix.     London,  1758. 

107  The  hero.  From  the  Spanifh  of  Balthafar  Gracian;  with 
remarks,  moral,  political  and  hiitorical,  of  the  learned 
father  J.  de  Courbeville.  By  a  gentleman  of  Oxford, 
London,  1726. 

117  Difcourfes  on  all  the  principal  branches  of  natural  religion 
and  focial  virtue.  By  James  Foiler.  2  vols.  London, 
1749. 

f  129  See  page  23,  (Civil  Hifiory.) 

141  Francis  Hutchefon,s  fyftem  of  moral  Philofophy.  To 
which  is  prefixed,  fome  account  of  the  life  and  writings 
of  the  author,  by  William  Leechman.  2  vols.  Glas- 
gow, 1755. 

f  15S   Seepage  115,  (Theology.) 

172  An  enquiry  into  the  morals  of  the  ancients,  wherein  the 
moral  virtues  are  compared  with  thofe  of  the  Chriftian 
world;  with  an  enquiry  into  the  caufes  of  their  virtues, 
and  the  degeneracy  of  the  Christians.  By  George  En- 
gland.    London,  1737. 

*  206 — 3  Pafiiones  Animre  per  Renatum  Des-Cartes.     Amfte- 
rodami,  1664.      Gift  of  john  Murgatroyd. 

1/  /  Obfervations  concerning   the  diftincticn   cf  ranks  in  fo- 
«'   f      ciety.     By  John  Millar.     London,  1771  and  1781. 

$25 1  Stuart's  view  of  fociety  in  Europe,    in  its  progrefs  from 
&   >      rudenefs  to  refinement;    or  enquiries  concerning  the 
380  J      hi  (lory  of  law,  government  and  manners,    Edinburgh, 
1778.     Second  edition,   1783. 

420  The  epillles  of  Lucius  Annaeus  Seneca;  with  annotations. 
By  Thomas  Morell.     2  vols.     London,  1786. 

425  Reid's  effays  on  the  intellectual  powers  of  man.  Edin- 
burgh, 1785. 

43° 


152        Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Syjiem.     Quarto. 

430  Grant's  effays  on  the  origin  of  fociety,  language,  property, 
government,  jurifdi&ion,  contracts,  and  marriage;  with 
illuftrations  from  the  Greek  and  Gallic  languages.  Lon- 
don, 1785. 

439  Paley's  principles  of  moral  and  political  philofophy.  Se- 
cond edition.     London,  1786. 

453  Alexander's  hiftory  of  Women,  from  the  earliefi:  antiquity 
to  the  prefent  time.     2  vols.     London,  1779. 

*  460 — 5  An  oration  on  the  influence  of  phyfical  caufes  upon 

the  moral  faculty.     By  Benjamin  Rufh.     Philadel- 
phia, 1786. 

#  506 — 1   Remarks  on  the  flave-trade,   and  the  flavery  of  the 

negroes.      London,  1788.      Gift  of  the  Philadelphia 
fociety  for  promoting  the  abolition  of  flavery, 

517  L.  Marci  Antonini  de  rebus  fuis,  five  de  eis  qux  ad  fe 
pertinere  cenfebat  libri  XII.  Studio  et  opera  Tho- 
mas Gatakeri  cui  acceflit  Marci  Antonini  vita. 
Londini,  1697. 

f  538  L,  See  page  30,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 


OCTAVO. 

19  M.  Tullius  Cicero's  Cato  Major;  or  his  difcourfe  of  old 
age.  Translated  into  Englifti,  with  notes,  by  James 
Logan.     Philadelphia,  1744.     Gift  of  John  Kinfey,junr. 

f  43  Smith's  theory  of  moral  fentiments ;  with  a  difTertation 
on  the  origin  of  languages.  Third  edition.  London, 
1767. 

45  Burgh  on  the  dignity  of  human  nature ;  or  an  account  of 
the  means  for  attaining  the  true  end  of  our  exigence. 
2  vols.     London,  1767. 

87  The  morals  of  Cicero.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  Wil- 
liam Guthrie.     London,  1744. 

91  Eflays  on  the  characleriftics  of  the  earl  of  Shaftfbury. 
By  John  Brown.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1 755- 

152  An  enquiry  after  happinefs.     By  Richard  Lucas.     Sixth 
edition.     2  vols.     London,  1734. 

161 


Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Syjlem.     O&avo.        153 

(  The  manners  of  the  age ;  written  with  a  defign  to  expofe 
«      f      the  vicious  conduct  of  both  fexes.     London,  1733. 

175  The  works  of  Monfieur  De  la  Bruyere;  containing,  the 
moral  characters  of  Theophraftus ;  the  characters  of 
the  prefenl  age,  and  Bruyere's  fpeeeh  upon  his  admif- 
fion  into  the  French  academy;  with  an  account  of  the 
life  and  writings  of  Monfieur  Bruyere,  by  Monfieur 
Code.  Alfo,  an  original  chapter,  Of  the  manner  of 
living  with  great  men,  by  N.  Rowe.  2  vols.  London, 
1723. 

1  §7  A  treatife  on  virtue  and  happinefs.  By  Thomas  Nettle- 
ton.     Third  edition.     London,  1 751. 

243 — 1  A  philofophical  inquiry   concerning  human   liberty. 
London,  17 17. 

317  Henry  Grove's  fyflem  of  moral  phylofophy.  Publifhed 
by  Thomas  Amory.      2  vols.     London,  1755. 

334  Cicero's  five  books  de  Finibus;  or  concerning  the  laft  ob- 
ject of  defire  and  averfion.  Translated  into  Englifh, 
by  S.  P.  with  a  preface,  by  Jeremy  Collier.  To  which 
is  added,  an  apology  for  the  philofophical  writings  of 
Cicero,  by  Henry  Dodwell.     London,  1 702. 

340  Sieur  de  Charron's  three  books  on  wifdom;  with  an  ac- 
count of  the  author.  Tranflated  from  the  French  into 
Englifh,  by  George  Stanhope.  Third  edition.  3  vols. 
London,  1729. 

347  The  gentleman  inflructed,  in  the  conduct  of  a  virtuous 
and  happy  life;  with  a  word  to  the  ladies.  Eleventh 
edition.     London,  1738. 

357  The  art  of  contentment.  By  the  author  of  the  whole 
duty  of  man.     Oxford,  1689. 

365  Letters  concerning  tafte.    Second  edition.   London,  1755. 

368  The  morals  of  Epictetus;  with  the  comment  of  Simpli- 
cius.  Tranflated  from  the  Greek  into  Englifh,  by 
George  Stanhope.  With  the  life  of  Epictetus,  from 
Monfieur  Boileau.     London,  1721. 

405  An  elfay  on  the  nature  and  conduct  of  the  paffions  and 
affections ;  with  illuftrations  on  the  moral  fenfe.  Fourth 
edition.     London,  1756. 

411  The  gentleman  and  lady  inflructed,  in  the  principles  of 
politenefs,  prudence  and  virtue.  Second  edition.  2 
vols.     London,  1759.     Gift  of  David  Hall 

U 


154       Ethics ;  or  the  Moral  Syftenu     O&avo. 

465  Price's  review  of  the  principal  queftions  and  difficulties  in 
morals ;  particularly  thofe  relating  to  the  original  of  our 
ideas  of  virtue,  &c.     London,  1758. 

487  A  differtation  on  the  civil  government  of  the  Hebrews; 
in  which  the  true  defigns  and  nature  of  their  govern- 
ment are  explained,  and  vindicated.  By  Mofes  Low- 
man.     Second  edition.     London,  1745. 

J  524  See  page  43,  (Civil  Hljlory.) 

529  Seneca's  morals.  To  which  is  added,  a  difcourfe,  enti- 
tled, "  An  after- thought,"  by  Sir  Roger  L'Eftrange. 
Thirteenth  edition.     London,  1729. 

613  Cicero's  Tufculan  difputations.  A  new  tranflation,  by  a 
gentleman.     London,  1758. 

f  614  Epiftles,    philofophical  and  moral,   in  verfe.      London, 

1759- 
646  Various  profpects,  of  mankind,  nature  and  Providence. 
London,  1761. 

*  666 — 3  Dialogues  on  the  ufes  of  foreign  travel;  between  lord 
Shaftfbury  and  Mr.  Locke.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1764. 

t867l  .... 

&    >  See  page  50,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

t  943  J 

•j*  869  Seepage  127,  (Theology.) 

882  EfTays  on  the  principles  of  morality  and  natural  religion. 
Edinburgh,  1751. 

t  93^1 

&    >  See  page  129,  (Theology.) 

t  i635J 

992  An  enquiry  into  the  human  mind,  on  the  principles  of 
common  fenfe.     By  Thomas  Reid.     London,  1769. 

1030  A  difcourfe  upon  the  origin  and  foundation  of  the  inequa- 
lity of  mankind.  By  John  James  Rouffeau.  London, 
1761. 

1053  Phocion's  converfations,  on  the  relation  between  morality 
and  politics.     Translated  from  a  Greek  manufcript  of 
.  Nicceles,  by  abbe  Mably;  with  notes,  by  William  Mac 
Bean.     London,  1769. 

*  1059— 1 


Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Syjlem.     O&avo.        155 

*  1059 — I  An  account  of  that  part  of  Africa,  inhabited  by  the 

negroes;  with  refpedt  to  the  fertility  of  the  country; 
the  good  difpoiition  of  the  natives,  and  the  manner 
by  which  the  flave-trade  is  carried  on.  Second  edi- 
tion.    Philadelphia,  1762. 

— 2  Woolman's  confiderations  on  keeping  negroes.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1762. 

— 3  Obfervations  on  the  inflaving,  importing  and  purchaf- 
ing  of  negroes.  Second  edition.  Germantown, 
1760. 

1062  The  light  of  nature  purfued.  By  Edward  Search.  3 
vols.     London,  1768. 

1 1 95  Laslius;  or  an  eflay  on  friendmip.  By  Marcus  Tullius 
Cicero.  With  remarks,  by  William  Melmoth.  Vol.  2. 
London,  1777. 

1228  Dunbar's  hiftory  of  mankind  in  rude  and  cultivated  ages. 
London,  1780. 

1237  Andrew's  remarks  on  the  French  and  Englifh  ladies. 
London,  1783. 

*  1279 — 2  Dialogues   concerning   innate    principles.      London, 

1779. 

1292        "J  Ramfay's  efTay  on  the  treatment  and  converfion  of 
&  >     African  (laves  in  the  Britilli  fugar  colonies.     Lon- 

*  1415 — 1  J      don,  1784. 

*  1 34.1 — 1  The  juft  limitation  of  llavery  in  the  laws  of  God; 

with  a  copious   appendix.      By  Granville   Sharp. 
London,  1776. 

— 2  The  law  of  paflive  obedience;  or  Chriftian  fubmifTion 
to  perfonal  injuries.     By  Granville  Sharp. 

—-3  Granville  Sharp  on  the  law  of  liberty ;  or  royal  law, 
by  which  all  mankind  will  be  judged!  Earneftly  re- 
commended to  the  ferious  coniideratlon  of  all  flave- 
holders.  London,  1776.  This  volume  the  gift  of  the 
author, 

*  1347 — 2  An  appendix  to  the  repvefentation  of  the  injuftice  of 

tolerating  flavery.     By  Granville  Sharp.     London, 
1772.      Gift  of  the  author. 

*  1^x5 — 2  Ramfay's  inquiry  into  the  effects  of  putting  a  flop  to 

the  flave-trade,  &c.     London,  1784. 

Ramfay's  reply  to  the  invectives  and  objections  againft 
"  An  efTay  on  the  treatment  and  converfion  of 
African  flaves."     London,  1785. 

—4 


156       Ethics ;  or  the  Moral  Syjlem.     Octavo. 

— 4  The  cafe  of  the  oppreffed  Africans,  refpectfully  recom- 
mended to  the  confideration  of  the  legiflature  of 
Great  Britain,  by  the  people  called  Quakers.  Lon- 
don, 1783. 

—5  Thoughts  on  the  flavery  of  the  negroes.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1785. 

— 6  A  caution  to  Great  Britain  and  her  colonies,  in  a  ihort 
reprefentation  of  the  calamitous  ftate  of  the  enflav- 
ed  negroes.    By  Anthony  Benezet.    London,  1784. 

—7  A  ferious  addrefs  to  the  rulers  of  America,  on  the 
inconfiftency  of  their  conduct  refpecting  flavery, 
London,  1783. 

3438")  Clarkfon's  effay  on  the  flavery  and  commerce  of  the  hu- 
&     v      man  fpecies,  particularly  the  African.    London,  1786. 
1 641  j       N°*  1641  the  gift  of  the  Philadelphia  fociety  for  promoting 
the  abolition  of  Jlavery. 

*  1464 — 4  Day's  fragment  of  an  original  letter  on  the  flavery  of 

the  negroes.     London,  1784. 

1540  Les  caracteres  de  Theophrafte  traduits  du  Grec,   avec  les 
caracteres  ou  les  Moeurs  de  ce  Siecle.     A  Paris,  1699. 

*  1566 — 5   Bond's    oration   before   the    American   Philofophical 

Society,  in  the  year  1782.     Philadelphia,  1782.. 

*  1572 — 9  The  character  of  Eufebius;  containing  remarks  on  a 

late  pamphlet,   vindicating  ftage-plays.     Philadel- 
phia, 1757. 

•j*  *  1584 — 1   See  page  110,  (Geography  and  Topography,) 

-—2  An  effay  in  vindication  of  the  colonies  of  America, 
from  the  cenfure  of  Mr.  Adam  Smith,  in  his 
"  Theory  of  moral  fentiments."  With  reflections 
on  flavery  in  general.     London,  1764. 

— 3  Slavery  not  forbidden  by  Scripture;  or  a  defence  of 
the  Weft  India  planters.     Philadelphia,  1773. 

— 4  An  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  the  Britifh  fettle- 
ments  in  America,  upon  flave-keepmg.  Second 
edition.  With  obfervations  on  a  pamphlet,  enti- 
tled, "  Slavery  not  forbidden  by  Scripture,  &c." 
Philadelphia,  1773. 

— 5  A  vindication  of  the  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of 
the  Britifh  fettlements,  on  the  flavery  of  the 
negroes.     Philadelphia,  1773. 

—6 


Etbkr  for  the  Moral  Syftenu     O&avcu       157 

*—6  Perianal  flavery  eftablifhed,  by  the  murages  of  cuf- 
tom  and  right  reafon.     Philadelphia,  1773. 

—7  A  ferious  addrefs  to  the  rulers  of  America,  on  the 
inconfiftency  of  their  conduct  refpedting  flavery.. 
Trenton,  1783. 

31613  A  treatife  on  man,  his  intellectual  faculties  and  his  edu- 
cation. By  M.  Helvetius.  Translated  from  the  French, 
with  notes,  by  William  Hooper.  2  vols.  London,  1777. 

*  1628' — 3  Confederations  on  flavery,  and  the  expediency  of  its 

abolition.      Burlington,    1773.      Gift  of   Zachariah 
Poulfon,  junr. 

*  *°39 — 1  A  fragment  of  an  original  letter  on  the  flavery  of  the 

negroes,  by  Thomas  Day.     London,  1784. 

— -2  Ramfay's  inquiry  into  the  effects  of  putting  a  flop  to 
the  African  flave-trade,  and  of  granting  liberty  to 
the  flaves  in  the  Britifh  colonies.     London,  1784. 

—3  A  letter  from  captain  J.  S.  Smith  to  the  reverend  Mr. 
Hill,  on  the  ftate  of  the  negroe  flaves;  with  an  in- 
troduction and  remarks  on  free  negroes,  &c.  by  the 
editor.     London,  1786. 

- — 4  An  account  of  the  flave-trade  on  the  coafl  of  Africa. 
By  Alexander  Falconbridge.     London,  1788. 

•—5  A  general  view  of  the  African  flave-trade,   demon- 
strating its  injuftice  and  impolicy;    with  hints  to- 
wards a  bill  for  its  abolition.    London,  1788.     This 
volume  the  gift  of  the  Philadelphia  fociety  for  promoting 
.     the  abolition  of  flavery, 

1685  L>  Boethii  confolationis  philofophise  libri  V.  cum  notis 
Johannis  Bernartii,  Theodori  Sitzmani  et  Renati 
Vallini.     Lugduni  Batavorum,  1621. 

1697  L»  Marci  Antonini  imperatoris  eorum  quse  ad  feipfum 
libri  XII.     Oxoniae,  1704. 

-f  1 701   L.  See  page  63,  (Civil  Hi/lory. J 

1719  L.  Ethices  compendium  in  ufum  Academics  Juventutis, 
Authore  Daniele  Whitby.     Oxonii,  1 684. 

*  1 751 — *  Effays  on  the  employment  of  time.     Third  edition. 
London,  1754. 

t — 3  A  philofophical   enquiry  concerning  human  liberty. 
Fourth  edition.     Glafgow,  1749. 

*7J5 


158       Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Syjlenu     Octavo. 

11SS  £*e  *a  verity  ou  meditations  fur  les  moyens  de  parvenir  a 
la  verite  dans  toutes  les  connoiffances  humaines.  Par 
J.  P.  Briflbt  de  Warvilie.  A  Neuchatel,  1782.  Gift  oj 
the  author. 

*  l15% — 3  ^n  e^7  on  marriage;  or  the  lawfulnefs  of  divorce, 
in  certain  cafes,  confidered.  Philadelphia,  1788. 
Gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

— 7  An  oration,  delivered  before  the  American  Philofophi- 
cal  Society,  in  Philadelphia,  on  the  twenty-feventh 
of  February,  1786;  containing  an  enquiry  into  the 
influence  of  phyfical  caufes  upon  the  moral  faculty. 
By  Benjamin  Rufh.     London,  1786. 

— 8  An  enquiry  into  the  effects  of  public  punifhments  up- 
on criminals,  and  upon  fociety.  By  Benjamin  Ruin. 
Second  edition.  London,  1787.  This,  and  the  pre* 
ceding  pamphlet,  the  gift  of  the  author. 


DUODECIMO. 

fj  A  collection  of  the  moral  and  inRruclive  fentiments, 
maxims,  cautions,  and  reflections,  contained  in  the 
hiftories  of  Pamela,  Clarifla  and  Sir  Charles  Grandifon. 
London,  1755. 

40  Moral  efTays,  contained  in  feveral  treatifes  on  many  im- 
portant duties.  Written  in  French,  by  Mefiieurs  Du 
Portroyal.  Tranflated  into  Engliih  by  a  perfon  of 
quality.     Fourth  edition.     4  vols.     London,  1724. 

58  A  new  tranflation  of  the  morals  of  Seneca.  To  which  is 
prefixed,  feme  account  cf  his  life;  with  the  opinions  of 
the  ancients  concerning  his  writings.  By  George  Ben- 
net.     London,  1745. 

84  Manners.  Tranflated  from  the  French.  Third  edition. 
London,  1752. 

108  The  family  inftructor;  relating  to  fathers  and  children; 
matters  and  fervants;  hufbands  and  wives.  Fifteenth 
edition.     2  vols.     London,  1761. 

147  Cicero's  three  books  of  offices,  in  Engliih;  with  notes, 
explaining  the  method  and  meaning  ojf  the  author. 
Second  edition.     London,  1706. 

189 


Ethics ;  or  the  Moral  Syft 'em.     Duodecimo.    159 

280  Introduclio  ad  prudcntiam;  or  directions,  counfels  and 
cautions,  tending  to  the  prudent  management  of  affairs 
in  common  life.  By  Thomas  Fuller.  Second  edition. 
2  vols.     London,  1740. 

181  The  art  of  right  thinking,  aflifted  and  improved  by  fuch 
notions  as  men  of  fenie  have  left  in  their  writings.  By 
Thomas  Fuller.     2  vols.     London,  173 1. 

204  Cicero's  two  elTays  of  old  age,  and  of  friendfhip;  with- 
his  focial  paradoxes,    and   Scipio's  dream.     Tranflated 
into  Engiifh  by  Mr.  Parker.     Third  edition.     London, 
1727. 

257  The  gentleman's  library;  containing  rules  fcr  conduct  in 
life.     Third  edition.     London,  1734. 

288  Centaur  not  fabulous;  in  fix  letters  to  a  friend  on  the  life 
in  vogue.  By  Edward  Young.  Third  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1755. 

313  An  enquiry  concerning  the  principles  of  morals.  By 
David  Hume.     London,  1751. 

316  Sermons  to  afTes.  Third  edition.  Philadelphia,  1769. 
Gift  of  jfohn  Dun/aj>. 

335  The  club;  or  a  grey  cap  for  a  green  head;  containing  max- 
ims, advice  and  cautions ;  being  a  dialogue  between  a 
father  and  fon.     Seventh  edition.     Dublin,  1743. 

337  Friendly  and  familiar  advices,  adapted  to  the  various  Ra- 
tions and  conditions  of  life.    By  lord  Dunn.  Edinburgh, 

*754- 

356  A  treatife  on  the  government  of  the  tongue.  By  the 
author  of  the  whole  duty  of  man,  &c.     Oxford,  1675. 

367  An  enquiry  after  happinefs.  By  Richard  Lucas.  Eighth 
edition.     2  vols.     Edinburgh,  1754. 

403  Moral  maxims,  by  the  duke  de  la  Roche  Foucault.  Tranf- 
lated from  the  French,  with  notes.     London,  1 749. 

r.  ^  /  Sermons  to  young  women.     By  James  Fordyce.     Fifth 

(      edition.     2  vols.     London,  1768. 
4°5J 

427  A  treatife  on  virtue  and  happinefs.  By  William  Nettle- 
ton.     Sixth  edition.     Glafgow,  175L. 

450  The  morals  of  Confucius,  a  Chinefe  philofopher.  Lon- 
don, 1724. 

493  All  flave-keepers,  that  keep  the  innocent  in  bondage, 
apoftates.     By  Benjamin  Lay.     Philadelphia,  1737. 

529 


160    Ethics.;  or  the  Moral  Syftem.     Duodecimo. 

529  Hutch efon's  introduction  to  moral  philofophy;  containing 
the  elements  of  ethics,  and  the  law  of  nature.  Tranf- 
kted  from  the  Latin.    Second  edition.    Glafgow,  1753. 

556  The  doctrine  of  the  paffions,  explained  and  improved;  or 
a  comprehenfive  icheme  of  the  natural  affections  of 
mankind;  with  moral  and  divine  rules  for  the  regula- 
tion of  them.  By  Ilaac  Watts.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1732. 

566  The  bankette  of  Sapience,  compyltd  by  Syr  Thomas 
Eliot.     London,  1534. 

*  602 — 1   Extract  from  a  reprefentation  of  the  injustice  of  tole- 

rating flavery.     By  Granville  Sharp.     Philadelphia, 
1771. 

— 2  Benezet's  caution  and  warning  to  Great  Britain  and 
her  colonies,  in  a  reprefentation  of  the  itate  of  the 
enflaved  negroes.     Philadelphia,  1767. 

: — 3  Extract  from  an  addrefs  in  the  Virginia  gazette,  on 
the  iniquity  of  the  flave-trade.      1767. 

637  An  efTay  on  the  character,  manners  and  genius  of  wo- 
men; enlarged  from  the  French  of  M.  Thomas,  by 
Mr.  Ruflell.    Philadelphia,  1774.     Gift  of  Robert  Airten, 

*  655 — 1   An  account  of  the  baneful  effects  of  the  ufe  of  diftilled 

fpirituous  liquors,  and  the  flavery  of  the  negroes. 
By  Anthony  Benezet.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 2  Wefley's  thoughts  upon  flavery.     Philadelphia,  1 7  74. 

665  A  father's  legacy  to  his  daughter,  by  Doctor  Gregory. 
Philadelphia,  1775.     Gift  of  Robert  Ait  ken* 

699  AddrefTes  to  young  men.  By  James  Fordyce.  Second 
edition.     2  vols.     London,  1777. 

♦714 — 1  EfTays,  addrefled  to  young  married  women.    By  Mrs- 
Griffith.     London,  1782. 

739  Maxims  and  reflections.     London,  1785. 

*  778—2  Obfervations  upon  negro-flavery.     By  Charles  Craw- 

ford.    Philadelphia,  1784.     Gift  cf  fhe  author. 

*  79° — 5  Obfervations  on  flave-Jieeping.     Philadelphia,  1772. 

*  791 — * 


Ethics ;  or  the  Moral  Syftem.     Duodecimo.    161 

*  791 — 2  A  caution  and  warning  to  Great  Britain  and  her  colo- 

nies, in  a  reprefentation  of  the  ftate  of  the  enflaved 
negroes.   By  Anthony  Benezet.   Philadelphia,  1767. 

— 6  Notes  on  the  Have- trade,  &c.     By  Anthony  Benezet. 

— 7  Extract  from  an  addrefs  in  the  Virginia  gazette,   on 
the  iniquity  of  the  Have-trade.     1767. 

808  La  morale  univerfelle.     Par  le  Sr.  des  Couftures.    A  la 
Haye,  1705. 

820  Les  confeils  de  la  fageffe  ou  le  recueil  des  maximes  de 
Solomon.     Paris,  1705. 

*  $36 — 4  Heraclite  011  de  la  vanite  et  mifere  de  la  vie  rramame. 

Par  P.  du  Moulin.     Middlebourg,  1610. 

•f  868  See  page  71,  (Civil  Hi/lory.  J 

*  874 — 5  "J  A  view  of  the  flave-trade,  and  the  probable  confe- 

rs J-      quences  of  its  abolition.     London,  1787.     Gift  of 

*  875 — 3  J       Doctor  Thomas  Parke. 

*  875 — 2  NickohV    letter  to  the  treafurer  of   the  fociety  for 

effecting  the  abolition  of  the  flave-trade.  London, 
1788.      Gift  of  DoEtor  Thomas  Parke. 

*  877 — 2  The  polite  philofopher;  or  an  effay  on  the  art  which 

makes  a  man  happy  in  himfelf,  and  agreeable  to 
others.  Ninth  edition.  Philadelphia,  1781.  Gift 
of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

*  878 — I   Thoughts  upon  flavery.     By  John  Wefley.     Fourth 

edition.     Dublin,  1775. 

— 2  Letters  on  the  flave-trade.  By  Thomas  Cooper.  Man- 
chester, 1787. 

— 3  A  fummary  view  of  the  flave-trade,  and  the  probable 
confequences  of  its  abolition.     London,  1787. 

— 4  Thoughts  upon  the  African  flave-trade.  By  John 
Newton.     London,  1788. 

— 5  A  letter  to  the  treafurer  of  the  fociety  for  effecting  the 
abolition  of  the  flave-trade,  from  the  reverend  Ro- 
bert Boucher  Nickolls.  London,  1788.  This  vo- 
lume the  gift  of  the  Philadelphia  fociety  for  promoting  the 
abolition  of  flavery. 

885  L.  Hieroclis  philofophi  commentarius  m  aurea  Pythago- 

reorum  carmina.  Joan.  Curterio  interprete.  Grace 
et  Latine.     Londini,  1673. 

886  L.  S.  PufFendorfii  de  officio  hommis  et  civis  juxta  legem 

naturalem  libri  duo.     Cantabrigiae,  1701, 

X  0,09  L* 


1 62    Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Syjlem.     Duodecimo. 

909  L.  Epicteti  Enchiridion,  Cebetis  Thebani  tabula,  Theo 
phrafti  chara&eres  ethici,  Prodici  Hercules  et  Cice- 
ronis  de  exilio  dialogus,  Grasce  cum  verfione  Latina. 
Oxonii,  1680. 

960  L.  Elementa  philofophica  de  cive.  Auclore  Thorns 
Hobbes  Malmefburienfi.     Amfterodami,  1657. 


IV.    Grammars,  Diclionaries  8c  Treaiifes  on  Education. 


FOLIO. 

24      A    DICTIONARY    of    the  Englifh  language;    to 
JLJL     which  is  prefixed,  a  hiitory  of  the  language  and  an 
Englifh  grammar.     By  Samuel  Johnfon.     2  vols. 
London,  1755. 

78  Phillips's  new  world  of  words;  or  univerfal  Englilh  dicti- 
onary.    London,  1720. 

87  An  efTay  towards  a  real  character  and  a  philofophical  lan- 
guage.    By  John  Wilkins.     London,  1668. 

106  Diclionarium  Britannicum;  or  a  complete  univerfal 
etymological  dictionary.  By  Nathaniel  Bailey.  Lon- 
don, 1738. 

300  Di&ionaire  de  l'Academie  Frangoife.  II.  torn.  A  Paris, 
1762. 

363  Lexicon  Pentaglottcn,  Hebraicum,  Chaldaicum,  Syria- 
cum,  Talmudico-Rabbinicum  et  Arabicum.  Au&ore 
Valentino  Schindlero  (Ederano.  Iianovise,  A.  D. 
1612. 

425  L*  •  Roberti  Stephani  Thefaurus  Lingux  Latinse.     Tomi 
III.     Londini,  1734. 

436  L. 


.■Grammars,  Didionaries,  8cc.     Folio.         163 

436  L.  Minfheu's  guide  to  the  tongues;  or  the  etymologies 
and  fignifications  of  the  Englifh,  Low  Dutch, 
High  Dutch,  French,  Italian,  Spanifh,  Latin, 
Greek,  and  Hebrew  languages.     London,  1627. 

447  L.  Lexicon  Grseco-Latinum  Roberti  Conftantini.  A.  D* 
1592. 

454  L.  Linguae  Anglicanse  etymologicon.  Authore  Stephano 
Skinner.     London,  1671. 

45  7  L.  Nizolius  five  Thefaurus  Ciceronianus  pod  Nizolii  et 
aliorum  operas  per  Marcellum  Squarcialupum  Plum- 
binenfem  digeftus  et  illuftratus.     Bafileae,  1576. 

460  L.  Joh.  Scapula*  lexicon  Grseco-latinum  novum.  Londini, 
1637. 

471  L.  Suidas  lexicon,  Graece  et  Latine.  Colonic  Allobro- 
gum,  1 61 9. 

487  L.  Matthsei  Martinii  lexicon  philologicum  Latinum 
Bremss,  1623. 

491  L.  Voflii  etymologicon  Linguae  Latinae.  Amftelodami, 
1662. 

502  Z~  Ambrofii   Calepini    dictionarium    Latinum      Parifiis, 

1534- 


QJJ  ARTO, 

125  Chriflian  Ludwig's  dictionary;  Englifh,  German  and 
French.     Second  edition.     2  vols.     1736. 

132  A  new  dictionary,  Spanifh  and  Englifh,  and  Englifh  and 

Spanifh.     By  John  Stevens.     London,  1726. 

133  A  dictionary,  Italian  and  Englifh,  and  Englifh  and  Italian. 

By  F.  Altieri.     2  vols.     London,  1727. 

189  A  compendious  dictionary  of  the  Latin  tongue.  By  Ro- 
bert Ainfworth.     London,  1736. 

227  Sheridan's  courfe  of  lectures  on  elocution;  with  two  dif- 
fertations  on  language,  and  fome  other  tracts  on  the 
fame  fubjects.     London,  1762. 

355  Sheridan's  dictionary  of  the  Englifh  language,  for  efta- 
blifhing  a  ftandard  of  pronunciation;  with  a  rhetorical 
grammar.     2  vols.     London,  1780. 

539  L.  Boyer's  French  and  EngliPn  dictionary.  London,  1699. 

OCTAVO 


164       Grammars^  Dictionaries ',  &c.     O&avo, 


OCTAVO, 

•J*  43  See  page  152,  (Ethics.) 

58  Britifh  education;  or  the  fource  of  the  diforders  in  Great 
Britain;  being  an  efTay  towards  proving  that  immoral- 
ity, ignorance  and  falfe  tafte,  are  the  natural  cenfe- 
quences  of  the  prefent  defective  fyftem  of  education. 
By  Thomas  Sheridan.     London,  1756. 

163  The  Italian  matter;    or  the  eafieft  method  for  attaining 

that  language,  by  fignior  Veneroni.  To  which  is  added, 
a  dictionary,  compofedby  the  author  of  this  grammar. 
Second  edition.     London,  1729. 

164  Rollin's  method  of  teaching  and  ftudying  the  belles  let- 

tres;  or  an  introduction  to  languages,  poetry,  rhetoric, 
hiftory,  moral  philofophy,  phyfics,  &c.  with  refleclions 
on  tafte,  and  inftruclions  with  regard  to  eloquence. 
Tranflated  from  the  French.  Second  edition.  4  vols. 
London,  1737. 

^^  /  Dialogues   concerning   education.      Second  edition.      2 
,    f      vols.     London,  1745. 

501  Four  eflays  upon  the  Englifh  language;  with  a  catalogue 
of  Englifh  verbs.     By  John  Ward.     London,  1758. 

523  A  new  Spaniih  grammar.     By  John  Stevens.     London 
1725. 

641  A  Portuguefe  and  Englifh,  and  Englifh  and  Portuguefe 
grammar.  By  John  Cadre  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, J  75 1. 

701   An  Englifh  and  Portuguefe  grammar.     London,  173 1. 

836  A  new  method  of  learning  with  facility  the  Latin  tongue; 
with  a  treatife  on  Latin  poetry.  Tranflated  from  the 
French  of  Meffieurs  Du  Port-royal.  2  vols.  London, 
1758. 

855  A  new  German  grammar;  with  feveral  ufeful  dialogues. 
By  Benedi&us  Beiler.    Second  edition.    London,  1736. 

1066  A  complete  German  grammar.     By  John  James  Bach- 
mair.      Philadelphia,  1772.      Gift  of  Henry  Miller. 

1 198  Prieftley's  mifcellaneous  obfervations  relating  to  education. 
Bath,  1778. 

1241 


Grammars,  Dictionaries,  &c.     O&avo.        165 

1241  A  new  dictionary  of  the  Englifh  language;  with  a  com* 
prehenfive  grammar.  By  John  Afh.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1775. 

1250  Perrin's  grammar  of  the  French  tongue.  Third  edition. 
Philadelphia,  1779. 

1252  Buchanan's  regular  Englifh  fyntax.  Second  edition, 
Philadelphia,  1780.      Gift  of  Steiner  and  Ci/L 

1338  Granville  Sharp's  treatife  en  the  Englifh  tongue;  being  an 
attempt  to  render  the  reading  and  pronunciation  of  the 
fame  more  eafy  to  foreigners.  In  Englifh  and  French. 
London,  1767.      Gift  of  the  author. 

I390  Nare's  elements  of  orthoepy;  containing  a  view  of  the 
analogy  of  the  Englifh  language.     London,  1784. 

1419  Epea  pteroenta;  or  the  diverfions  of  Purley.  By  John 
Home  Tooke.     London,  1786. 

1647  L*  Calligraphia  oratoria  Linguse  Grsecs  ad  proprietatem 
elegantiam  et  copiam  Graeci  fermonis  a  Johanne 
Poilelio  concinnata.     Francofurti,  1595. 

1655  L.  Grammatica  Bufbeiana,  i.  e.  Rudimentum  grammati- 
cs Grsco-Latinae  metricum.     Londini,  1732. 

j 684  L.  Clavis  Homerica.     Londini,  1727. 

1686  L.  A  fhort  introduction  to  grammar  for  the  attainment  of 

the  Latin  tongue.     Oxford,  17 14. 

1687  jL.  Nouvelle  methode  pour  apprendre  facilement  la  lan- 

guage Grseque.     A  Paris,  1682. 

1709  L.  Robertfon's  Englifh  and  Latin  phrafe  dictionary. 
Cambridge,  1693. 

1723  L.  Grsscas  grammatices  rudimenta  in  ufum  fcholas  Weft- 
monafterienfis.       Londini,  1683. 

1728  L.  Thorns  Efpenii  rudimenta  Linguas  Arabkae.  Lutetise 
Pari  iio  rum,  1638. 

1740  L.  Angeli  Cauinii  Ellenifmus  cum  Indice  Graecarum 
Latinarumque  vocum  per  Carolum  Hanbsefium. 
Parifiis,  1578. 

1744  L.  Walker's  treatife  of  Englifh  particles,  fhewing  the 
variety  of  their  fignifications  and  ufes  in  Englifh. 
Eleventh  edition.     London,  1695. 

1 749  Z.  The  gate  of  languages  unlocked ;  containing  a  ready 
way  to  learn  the  Latin  and  Englifh.    London,  1652. 

DUODECIMO. 


1 66    Grammars,  Dictionaries,  &c.     Duodecimo. 


DUODECIMO. 

14  The  royal   univerfal   Britifh  grammar  and   vocabulary. 
By  D.  Farro.     Third  edition.     London,  1754. 

**  1  Some  thoughts  concerning  education.     By  John  Locke. 

,0  V      Ninth  edition.     London,  1732. 
268  J  /%1 

149  Rollin's  method  of  teaching  and  ftudying  the  belles  let- 
tres;  or  an  introduction  to  languages,  poetry,  rhetoric, 
hiftory,  &c.  with  reflections  on  tafle,  and  inftructions- 
with  regard  to  eloquence.  Tranflated  from  the  French. 
Fifth  edition.     4  vols.     London,  1758. 

216  Inftruetions  for  the  education  of  a  daughter,  by  Mr. 
Fenelon.  To  which  is  added,  a  fmall  tra<5t  of  inftruc- 
tions  for  the  conduct  of  young  ladies  of  the  highefl 
rank;  with  fui table  devotions.  Tranflated  into  Englifh, 
by  Dr.  George  Hickes.   Fourth  edition.   London,  1721. 

301  A  rational  grammar;  with  eafy  rules  in  Englifh  to  learn 

Latin.     By  I.  T.  Philipps.    Second  edition.     London, 

'731- 

302  An  effay  towards  a  practical  Englifh  grammar.    By  James 

Greenwood.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1753. 

303  A  grammar  of  the  Englifh  tongue ;   and  the  arts  of  logic, 

rhetoric,  poetry,  &c.  with  notes.    Fifth  edition.    Lon- 
don, 1728. 

331  A  new  Englifh  grammar.     Dublin,  1743. 

332  A  practical  grammar  of  the  Englifh  tongue.    By  William 

Laughton.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1 740. 

342  "J  An  effay  on  fludy;  wherein  directions  are  given  for  the 
&    >■      due  conduct,  thereof;   and  the  collection  of  a  library 
389  J      proper  for  the  purpofe.     By  John  Clarke.     Second 
edition.     London,  1737. 

410  The  French  fcholar's  guide;  or  an  eafy  help  for  tranflat- 
ing  French  into  Englifh.  By  Peter  Hudfon.  Second 
edition.  London,  1756.  Gift  of  George  Keith,  of  Lon- 
don* 

490  The  royal  grammar,  reformed  into  a  more  eafy  method 
for  the  better  understanding  of  the  Englifh,  and  more 
fpeedy  attainment  of  the  Latin  tongue.    London,  1695. 

575 


Grammars,  Dictionaries,  &c.     Duodecimo.     167 

575  An  effay  on  the  fhidy  of  literature.  Written  originally  in 
French,  by  Edward  Gibbon;  and  now  tranflated  into 
Englifh.     London,  1764. 

585  The  rudiments  of  Englifh  grammar.  By  Jofeph  PriefUey. 
London,  1 769. 

587!  PvOufTeau's  Emilius  and  Sophia;  or  a  new  fyflem  of  edu- 

&    >      cation;  with  plates.     Tranflated  from  the  French,  by 

853  J      the  tranflator  of  Eloifa.     4  vols.     London,  1767  and 

17S3. 

f  591  An  effay  on  the  education  of  children;  with  an  appendix, 

concerning  their  difeafes.    Tranflated  from  the  German 

of  John  Goitlob  Kruger.     London,  1765. 

622  Boyer's  French  grammar.      (Title page  lofl.) 

692  Knox  on  liberal  education;  or  a  practical  treatife  on  the 
methods  of  acquiring  ufeful  learning.  Sixth  edition. 
London,  1783. 

728  Letters  containing  a  plan  of  education  for  rural  acade- 
mies.    London,  1783. 

766  An  effay  on  punctuation.    Second  edition.    London,  1785. 

770  Female  tuition;  or  an  addrefs  to  mothers,  on  the  educa- 
tion of  daughters.     Second  edition.     London,  1786. 

777  Afli's  grammatical  inftitutes;  or  an  eafy  introduction  to 
Doctor  Lowth's  Englifh  grammar.     London,  1786. 

.   817  Zeifberger's  eiTay  of  a  Delaware-indian  and  Englifh  fpel- 
ling-book.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

857  An  introduction  to  the  ftudy  of  polite  literature.  Second 
edition.     Vol.  1.     London,  1785, 

859  Chapcne's  letters  on  the  improvement  of  the  mind;  ad- 
drefTed  to  a  young  lady.     2  vols.     London,  1787. 

*  870 — 6  A  plan  for  the  eftablifhment  of  public  fchools,  &c.  in 

Pennfylvania;  with  thoughts  upon  the  mode  of 
education,  proper  in  a  republic.  Philadelphia, 
j  786.  ; 

— 7  An  addrefs  on  the  importance  of  female  education. 
By  Jofeph  Pilmore.     Philadelphia,  1788.     This,  and 
the  preceding  pamphlet,   the  gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon, 
junr. 

*  877 — 1  Lord  ChefterHeld's  advice  to  his  fon,    on  men   and 

manners;  or  a  new  fyftem  of  education,  in  which 
the  principles  of  politenefs,  &c.  are  laid  down. 
Philadelphia,  1781.    Gift  of  Zachariah  Poufon,  junr. 

918  £• 


i6*&    Grammars •,  Diclionaries,  &c.     Duodecimo. 

918  L.  Formulae  oratorize  in  ufum  fcholarum  per  Johannem 
Clark. 

g$$  L.  Inititutiones  Lingus  Grsecse  olim  a  Nicholao  Cleuardo- 
fcriptae  nunc  itudio  Gerardi  Jo.  Voflii.  Amftelo- 
dami,  1660. 

9jS  L.  Gerardi  Jo.  Voflii  et  aliorum  differ tationes  de  ftudiis 
bene  mflituendis.     Trajecli  ad  Rheuum,  1658. 


V.     Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Critic ifm. 


FOLIO. 

323   "Q  HETO  RICO  RUM   M.  T.  Ciceronis  libri  IV. 
X\_   cum  notis  Francifci  Maturantii  et  Antonii  Mauco- 
neili.     Lutetiss,  1508. 

423  L.  Demofthenis  et  Eubinis  opera  Grsece  et  Latine  cum 
notis  H.  Wolil.     Frankofurti,  1504. 

451  L.  Euftathii  archiepifcopi  ThefTalonise  in  Homeri  iliadis  et 
odyifae  libros  parekbolai.     II.  tomi.     Bafiliae,  1560. 

495  L.  Cenfura  celebriorum  authorum,  five  tractatus  in  quo 
varia  virorum  do&orum  de  clariffimis  cujufque  fe- 
culi  Scriptoribus  judicia  traduntur.  Authore  Thoma 
Pope  Blount.     Londini,  1690. 


QJJ  ARTO, 


Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Criticifm.     Quarto.       169 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

f  119  Seepage  23,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 
f  270  See  page  116,  (Theology,) 

290  "J  The  hiftory  of  Englifh  poetry,  from  the  clofe  of  the  ele- 
&    >     venth,  to  the  commencement  of  the  eighteenth  centu- 

358  j  ry;  with  two  differtations, — the  flrft,  On  the  origin  of 
romantic  fiction  in  Europe;  and  the  fecond,  On  the 
introduction  of  learning  in  England.  By  Thomas 
Warton.  Vol.  1.  London,  1774.  Second  edition. 
3  vols.     London,  1775. 

340  Blair's  lectures   on  rhetoric  and  belles  lettres.      2  vols. 
London,  1783. 

*  374 — 14  An  inquiry  into  fome  paflages  in  Doctor  Johnfon's 

lives  of  the  poets;  particularly  his  obfervations  on 
Lyric  poetry,  and  the  odes  of  Gray.  By  R.  Pot- 
ter.    London,  1783. 

*  387 — 2  Obfervations  on  Doctor  Johnfon's  life  of  Hammond. 

London,  1782^ 

•j*  510  L.  Acta  eruditorurri  ab  anno  1682  ad  annum  1722  publi- 
cata.     XLI.  tomi.     Lipfiae. 

•J*  511  L.  Actorum  eruditorum  quse  Lipfiae  publicantur  fupple- 
menta.  Tomi  fex.  Lipfiae,  ab  anno  1692  ad 
annum  1717. 

f  5 1 2  L.  Actorum  orbis  eruditi  quae  Lipfiae  publicantur  decenni- 
um  cum  indicibus  ampliflimis.  Tomi  tres.  Lipfise, 
1693. 

525  /,.  Lyra  prophetica  Davidis  Regis  five  analyfis  critica 
practica  pfalmorum.  Studio  Victorini  Bythneri. 
Londini,  1664. 

551  L.  Gerardi  Joannis  Voflii  poeticarum  inftitutionum  libri 
tres.     Amftelodami,  1647. 


OCTAVO. 


170       Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Criticifm,     Octavo. 


OCTAVO. 

t  3  See  page  31,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 

13  An  effay  concerning  human  underftanding.  By  John 
Locke.     Fourteenth  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1753. 

24  Critical  obfervations  on  Shakefpear.  By  John  Upton. 
Second  edition.     Lone* on,  1748. 

50  An  enquiry  into  the  life  and  writings  of  Homer.  Second 
edition.     London,  1736. 

52  Proofs  of  the  enquiry  into  the  life  and  writings  of  Ho- 
mer.    London,  1748. 

88  M.  T.  Cicero  de  oratore;  or  his  dialogues  upon  the  cha- 
racter and  qualifications  of  an  orator.  Tranflated  into 
Englifh,  with  notes,  a  preface,  and  an  alphabetical  ex- 
planation of  the  terms  ufed  by  the  author.  By  William 
Guthrie.     London,  1742. 

103  Frefhoy's  new  method  of  ftudying  hiftory,  geography 
and  chronology,  with  a  catalogue  of  the  chief  hiftori- 
ans  of  all  nations,  the  bell  edition  of  their  works,  and 
characters  of  them.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  with 
a  variety  of  improvements,  by  Richard  Rawlinfon. 
To  which  is  added,  a  differtation  concerning  the  ufe  of 
inferiptions  and  medals,  by  count  Scipio  MafFei.  2 
vols.     London,  1730. 

f  128  See  page  34,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 

192  The  monthly  review;   or  literary  journal;    beginning  in 

May,   1749,   and  continued  to  the  prefent  time.      79 
vols.     London. 

1394  Ayfcough's  general  index  to  the  monthly  review,  from  its 
commencement,  to  the  end  of  the  feventieth  volume. 
2  vols.     London,  1786. 

193  Home's  elements  of  criticifm.     Third  edition.     2  vols. 

Edinburgh,  1765. 
#  243 — 2  A  difcourfe  concerning  ridicule  and  irony  in  writing. 
London,  1729. 
255  A  difcourfe  of  Logomachys;  or  controverfys  about  words, 
fo  common  among  learned  men;    with  a  dilfertation 
concerning  meteors  of  ftile,  or  falfe  fublimity.     By  Sa- 
muel Werenfclfius.     Tranflated  from  the  Latin.     Lon- 
don, 1 71 1. 

278 


Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Criticifm.     O&avo.        171 

278  Richardfon's  explanatory  notes  and  remarks  on  "  Milton's 
Paradife  loft;"  with  the  life  of  the  author,  and  a  dif- 
courfe  on  the  poem.     London,  1734. 

293  The  critical  works  of  Monfieur  Rapin.  Tranflated  into 
Englifh,  by  Bafil  Kennet.  Third  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1731. 

300  Cicero's  orations.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  William 
Guthrie.     Third  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1758. 

304"!  Watts's  logic;  or  the  right  ufe  of  reafon  in  the  enquiry 

&    >      after  truth;  with  a  variety  of  rules  to  guard  againft 

768  J      error,  in  the  affairs  of  religion  and  human  life,  as  well 

as  in  the  fciences.     Eleventh  edition.     London,  1760. 

319  The  orations  and  epiftles  of  Ifocrates.  Tranflated  from 
the  Greek,  by  Joihua  Dinfdale.     London,  1752. 

349 1  Dionyfius  Longinus  on  the  fublime.  Tranflated  from 
&    >      the  Greek,   with  notes,   and  fome  account  of  the  life 

367  J  and  writings  of  the  author,  by  William  Smith.  Lon- 
don, 1739.  Second  edition.  London,  1742.  N°. 
367  the  gift  of  John  Kinfey,  junr. 

387  A  new  treatife  of  the  art  of  thinking;  or  a  complete  fyf- 
tem  of  reflections,  concerning  the  conduct  and  improve- 
ment of  the  mind.  Tranflated  from  the  French  of  M. 
Croufaz.     2  vols.     London,  1724. 

400  Reflections  upon  accuracy  of  flyle;  containing  the  chief 
rules  to  be  obferved  for  obtaining  an  accurate  ftyle,  and 
obfervations  upon  all  the  faults  and  beauties  of  writing. 
By  John  Conftable.     London,  1734. 

462  The  art  of  fpeaking;  exhibiting  a  variety  of  matter  for 
practice.     London,  1761. 

481  Bohours'  art  of  logic  and  rhetoric,  illuftrated  by  exam- 
ples taken  out  of  the  befl  authors.     London,  1728. 

522  An  introduction  to  languages,  literary  and  philofophical ; 
efpecially  to  the  Englifh,  Latin,  Greek,  and  Hebrew; 
exhibiting  at  one  view,  their  grammar,  rationale,  ana- 
logy, and  idiom.     By  Anfelm  Bayly.     London,  1758. 

539  An  effay  on  the  genius  and  writings  of  Alexander  Pope. 
Second  edition.     London. 

612  Lectures  concerning  oratory.  By  John  Lawfon.  Lon- 
don, 1759. 

653  An  eiTay  on  the  compofition  and  manner  of  writing  of 
the  ancients,  particularly  Plato.  By  James  Geddes. 
Glafgow,  1748. 

676 


172        Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Criticifm,     O&avo. 

676  All  the  orations  of  Demofthenes,  pronounced  to  excite 
the  Athenians  againft  Philip,  king  of  Macedon.  Trans- 
lated into  Englilh,  by  Thomas  Leland.  Second  edition. 
London,  1757. 

704  Archbifhop  Fenelon's  dialogues  concerning  eloquence  in 
general,  and  particularly  that  kind  which  is  fit  for  the 
pulpit;  with  his  letter  concerning  rhetoric,  poetry,  hif- 
tory,  and  a  comparifon  betwixt  the  ancients  and 
moderns.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  "William 
Stevenfon.     London,  1722. 

718 1  An  efiay  on  the  origin  of  human  knowledge;   being  a 
&    J-     Supplement  to  "  Locke's  effay  on  the  human  under- 

1085  J      ftanding."     Tranflated  from  the  French  of  the  abbe 

de  Condillac,  by  Mr.  Nugent.     London,  1756. 

f  800  See  page  49,  (Civil  Hiflory.) 

824  The  canons  of  criticifm  and  gloffary;  the  trial  of  the  let- 
ter Y;  and  fonnets.  By  Thomas  Edwards.  London, 
1758.  J 

•J*  830  Seepage  127,  (Theology.) 

850  The  prefent  ftate  of  the  republic  of  letters,  from  July, 
1733,  to  December,  1736,  inclufive.     6  vols. 

872  Difcourfes  on  ecclefiaflical  hiflory.  Written  in  French,  by 
the  abbe  de  Fleury,  and  now  tranflated  into  Englifh. 
1721. 

98 1  A  fyftem  of  oratory,  delivered  in  a  courfe.  of  lectures,  at 
Grefliam  college.     2  vols.     London,  1759. 

1086  The  critical  review;    or  annals  of  literature;    from  the 

year  1756,   to  the  year  1788,  inclufive.     By  a  fociety 
of  gentlemen.     66  vols.     London. 

*  1 108 — i  A  vindication  of  lord  Shaftefbury  on  the  fubject  of 
ridicule.     London,  1751. 

« — 3  Llewelyn's  hiflorical  and  critical  remarks  on  the  Britifh 
tongue,  and  its  connection  with  the  languages; 
founded  on  its  ftate  in  the  Welch  Bible.  London, 
1769. 

1 157  Wotton's  reflections  upon  ancient  and  modern  learning. 
With  a  differtation  upon  the  epiftles  of  Themiftocles, 
Socrates,  Euripides,  &c.  and  the  fables  of  jEfop.  By 
R.  Bentley.     Third  edition.     London,  1705. 

"74 


Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Criticifm.     ®ctavo.       173 

1 1 74  Campbell's  philofophy  of  rhetoric.  2  vols.  London, 
1776. 

1192  Harris's  philofophical  enquiries.     2  vols.     London,  178 1. 

1223  Warton's  efTay  on  the  genius  and  writings  of  Pope. 
Fourth  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1782. 

1235 — 1  Warton's  enquiry  into  the  authenticity  of  the  poems 
attributed  to  Thomas  Rowley.  Second  edition. 
London,  1782. 

1381  Scott's  critical  efTays  on  fome  of  the  poems  of  feveral  En- 
glifh  poets;  with  an  account  of  the  life  and  writings  of 
the  author,  by  Mr.  Hoole.     London,  1785. 

1397  Monboddo  on  the  origin  and  progrefs  of  language.  Se- 
cond edition.     3  vols.     Edinburgh,  1784. 

1432  Heron's  letters  on  literature.     London,  1785. 

1462 — 1  A  criticifm  on  the  elegy  written  in  a  country  church 
yard;  being  a  continuation  of  Doctor  Johhfon's 
criticifm  on  the  poems  of  Gray.     London,  1783. 

15 15  Notizia  dei  libri  rari  nella  lingua  Italiana.   Londini,  1726. 

I542  Apologie  de  M.  de  la  Bruyere  ou  reponfe  a  la  critique  des 
caracleres  de  Theophrafte.     Paris,  1701. 

1545  Syfteme  de  logique  abrege  par  de  Croufaz.     Laufanne, 

1735- 
1 61 2  Lowth's  lectures  on  the  facred  poetry  of  the  Hebrews. 

Tranllated  from  the  Latin,    by  S.  Gregory.      2  vols. 

London,  1787. 

1 61 9 — 1  Remarks  on  the  travels  of  the  marquis  de  Chaftellux 
in  North  America.     London,  1787.     . 

1620  Examen  critique  des  voyages  dans  L'Amerique  feptentrio- 
nale  de  M.  le  marquis  de  Chaftellux  par  J.  P.  Brirfot  de 
Warville.     Londres,  1786. 

1657  L.  Julii  Casfaris  Scaligeri  poetices  libri  feptem  ad  Sylvium 
filium.     Apud  Petrum  Santandreanum,  1594. 

1689  L,  Joannis  Clerici  ars  critica.     London. 

1 705  L.  Francifci  Sanctii  Brorenfis  Minerva  feu  de  caufis  linguae 
Latins  commentarius,  cum  notis  Scioppii  et  Peri- 
zonii.  Amftelodami,  17 14. 

f  720  L.  Julii  Scaligeri  de  caufis  Linguse  Latinae  libri  tredecem. 
In  Bibliopolio  Commelimiano,  1732. 

1727  L. 


174       Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Criticifm.     O&avo. 

1727  Z.  Dionifii  Longini  de  grandi  five  fublimi  genere  orationis 
liber.  Grace  et  Latine.  A  Gab.  de  Petra  redditus. 
•Geneva*,  17 12. 

1733  L.  Ifocratis  orationes    et  epiftolac  Grace  cum  Latina  in- 
terpretatione    Hieronymi    Wolffii.         Cantabrigiae, 
1686. 

1741  L,  Quintiliani  InlHtutionum  oratoriarum  libri  duodecem 
cum  Parei  fpicilegio  et  Quintilianorum  declamati- 
onibus.     Francofurti,  1629. 


DUODECIMO. 

* 

So  The  elements  of  logic;  defigned  to  prepare  the  way  to  the 
fludy  of  philofophy  and  the  mathematics.  By  William 
Duncan.  Third  edition.  London,  1752.  Gift  of  An- 
drew Burr. 

112  An  effay  on  Mr.  Pope's  OdyrTey.  By  Mr.  Spence.  Third 
edition.     London,  1747. 

114  Blackwall's  defence  of  the  facred  elaffics;  or  an  efTay  to- 
wards proving  the  purity  and  eloquence  of  the  writers 
of  the  New  Teftament.  Third  edition.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1737. 

155  A  difTertation  on  reading  the  claffics,  and  forming  a  juft 
ftyle.  By  Henry  Felton.  Fourth  edition.  London, 
1730. 

*  156 — 2  Voflii  elementa  rhetorica  cui  interpungendi  ratio  ad- 
jicitur.     Londini,  1724. 

f  182  See  page  66,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

198  Rapin's  reflections  on  Ariftotle's  treatife  of  poefie;  con- 
taining the  necefiary  rules  for  epic,  dramatic,  and  the 
other  forts  of  poetry ;  with  reflections  on  the  works  of 
the  ancient  and  modern  poets.     London,  1674. 

352  Ozell's  logic;  or  the  art  of  thinking.  Tranflated  from  the 
French.     London,  1717. 

362  Monitio  logica;  or  an  abftract  and  tranflation  of  Burgerf- 
dicius's  logic.  By  a  perfon  of  quality.  London,  1697. 
Gft  of  Benjamin  Franklin. 

553 


Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Criticifm.     Duodecimo.    175 

55$  Longinus  on  the  fublime.  Translated  from  the  Greek, 
with  notes,  and  fome  account  of  the  life  and  writings 
of  the  author,  by  William  Smith.  Fifth  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1757. 

568  Remarks  on  the  writings  and  conduct  of  J.  J.  RoufTeau. 
London,  1767. 

660  The  art  of  fpeaking.  Fourth  edition.  Philadelphia,  1775. 
Gift  of  Robert  Althen. 

741  Davie's  dramatic  mifcellanies;  conGfting  of  critical  ob. 
fervations  on  feveral  plays  of  Shakefpear.  3  vols. 
London,  1785. 

748  Richardfon's  efTays  on  Shakefpear's  dramatic  characters  of 
Macbeth,  Hamlet,  Jaques,  and  Imogen.  Fourth  edi- 
tion.    London,  1785. 

881  L.  Gerardi  Joannis  Voffii  rhetorices  contraffoe  five  partiti- 
onum  oratoriarum  libri  V.     Oxonise,  1651. 

898  L.  Logica  five  ars  cogitandi.     Londini,  1677. 

908  L.  Burgendicii  inftitutionum  logicarum  libri  duo.  Canta- 
brigias,  1680. 

978  L.  D.  Heynfii  Crepundia  Siliana;  ejufdem  difTertatio  de 
veras  critics  apud  veteres  ortu,  et  exercitatio  critica. 
Cantabrigis,  1746. 


VI.  General 


j 76  General  and  local  Politics.     Folio. 


VI.     General  and  local  Politics. 


FOLIO. 

77  TT^  ISCOURSES  concerning  government.     By 
1  3    Algernon  Sidney.     Second  edition.     To  which  is 
added,  the  paper  he  delivered  to  the  fheriff  imme- 
diately before  his  death.     London,  1704. 

119  Original  letters  and  papers  of  flate,  addreiTed  to  Oliver 
Cromwell,  from  the  year  1649  to  1658;  found  among 
the  political  collections  of  John  Milton.  Publiined 
from  the  originals,  by  John  Nickols.     London,  1743. 

220  James  Harrington's  Oceana  and  other  works;  with  an  ac- 
count of  his  life  prefixed,  by  John  Toland.     London, 

1737- 

395  Papers  relating  to  the  American  {lamp-act;  with  plates. 

Collected  by  Pierre  du  Simitiere.      1765. 

396  Papers  relating  to  the  politics  of  North  America;  from  the 

year  1768  to  1771.     Collected  by  Pierre  du  Simitiere. 

*  412 — 1  An  account  of  the  proceedings  of  the  earl  of  Bella- 

mont,  governor  of  New  York,  and  an  extraordinary 
council,  held  at  that  place,  May  8,  1698,  relative 
to  colonel  Fletcher's  giving  commitfions  to  pyrates; 
with  the  earl's  fpeech  to  the  alTembly.  New  York, 
1698. 

*  413 — 7  Reports  of  the  board  of  treafury  relative  to  finance. 

Philadelphia,  1779. 

442   L.  Divini  Platonis  opera  omnia  quae  extant  Grsece  et  La- 
tine.     Lugduni,  1590. 


QJJ  ARTO. 


General  and  local  Politics.     Quarto.  177 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

11  An  inquiry  into  the  principles  of  political  ceconomy; 
being  an  effay  on  the  fcience  of  domeitic  policy  in  free 
nations.     By  James  Stuart.     2  vols.     London,  1767. 

35  Reafons  for  eftabliftiing  the  colony  of  Georgia,  with 
regard  to  the  trade  of  Great  Britain,  the  encreafe  of 
our  people,  and  the  fupport  it  will  afford  to  numbers  of 
poor  perfons;  with  fome  account  of  the  country.  By 
Benjamin  Martyn.     Second  edition.     London,  1733. 

43  An  eflay  on  the  hiftory  of  civil  fociety.  By  Adam  Fer- 
gufon.     Second  edition.     London,  1768. 

49  The  fpiritual  and  temporal  liberty  of  fubjects  in  England. 
By  Anthony  Ellis.     London,  1765. 

f  57  A  collection  of  valuable  tracts,  on  the  raoft  interefting  fub- 
jects; but  chiefly  fuch  as  relate  to  the  hiftory  and  con- 
ftitution  of  England,  Ireland  and  Scotland.  12  vols. 
London,  1768. 

60  Memorials  of  the  courts  of  Great  Britain  and  France, 
fmce  the  peace  of  Aix  la  Chapelle;  relative  to  the  limits 
of  the  territories  of  both  crowns  in  North  America, 
&c.     Hague,  1756.      Gift  of  John  Hujle,  of  London. 

*  160 — 3  A  difcourfe  on  the  conduct  of   the  government  of 

Great  Britain,  in  refpect  to  ^neutral  nations  during 
the  prefent  war.     Second  edition.     London,  1759. 

*  237 — 2  Macauley's  remarks  on  Hobbes's  philofophical  rudi- 

ments of  government  and  fociety.  Second  edition. 
To  which  is  added,  a  letter  from  an  American  to 
the  author;  with  her  anfwer.     London,  1759. 

— 3  Hampton's  tranflation  of  two  extracts  from  the  fixth 
book  of  the  general  hiftory  of  Polybius.  London, 
1764. 

281  Political  effays  concerning  the  prefent  ftate  of  the  Britifh 
empire.     London,  1772. 

287  A  political  furvey  of  Britain;  being  a  feries  of  reflections 
on  the  fituation,  lands,  inhabitants,  revenues,  colonies, 
and  commerce  of  this  ifland.  By  John  Campbell.  2 
vols.     London,  1774. 

303  Le  Droit  des  Gens  par  M.  de  Vattel,  Amfterdam,  1775. 
Gift  of  Mr.  Dumas. 

Z  *  312 — 2 


178  General  and  local  Politics.     Quarto. 

*  3 1 2 — 2  Common  fenfe ;   or  conferences  between  a  Britifli  and 

an  American  merchant.     London,  1775. 

— 3  A  letter  to  thofe  ladies  whofe  huibands  poffefs  a  feat  in 
either  houfe  of  parliament*     London,  1775. 

— 4  Colonifing;  or  a  plain  inveftigation  of  that  fubject. 
London,  1774. 

320  The  principles  of  law  and  government;  with  an  inquiry 
into  the  juftice  and  policy  of  the  prefent  war,  &c« 
London,  1781. 

336  Smith's  inquiry  into  the  nature  and  caufes  of  the  wealth 
of  nations.     Second  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1778. 

360  Anderfon's  obfervations  on  the  means  of  exciting  a  fphit 
of  national  induftry.     Edinburgh,  1777. 

*  372 — 1   Chalmer's   eftimate.of   the  comparative   ftrength   of 

Britain;  with  an  eflay  on  population,  by  lord  chief 
juftice  Hale.     London,  1782. 

2  The  hiftory  of  the  political  connection  between  En- 
gland and  Ireland,  from  the  reign  of  Henry  the 
fecond,  to  the  prefent  time.     London,  1780. 

f  403   See  page  27,   (Civil  Hijlory.) 

423  Han  way  on  the  defects  of  police,  the  caufe  of  immorality, 
&c.     London,  1775. 

433  The  increafe  of  manufactures,  commerce  and  finance; 
with  the  extenfion  of  civil  liberty,  propoied  in  regula- 
tions for  the  intereft  of  money.     London,  1785. 

440  Sinclair's  hiftory  of  the  public  revenue  of  the  Britifh  em- 
pire.    London,  1785. 

*  460 1   A  reprefentation  to  his  majefty,  moved  in  the  houfe 

oi  commons  by  Edmund  Lurke,   and  feconded  b/ 
William  Windham.     London,  1784. 

*  462 — 7  The  commercial  conduct   of  New  York  confidered. 

New  York,  1767. 

— 17  The  cafe  of  lfaac  Hunt,  Efquire,  of  Philadelphia. 
1776. 

. — 18  An  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  New  York,  on  the 
Bofton-port  act,  &c.     New  York,  1774. 

—.  19  The  proceedings  of  the  people  of  South  Carolina,  in 
the  year  17  19,  to  renounce  the  proprietors  and  put 
themfclves  under  the  crown.     London,  1726. 

— 21 


General  and  local  Politics,     Quarto.  179 

— 21  An  enquiry  into  the  nature  of  the  dependency  of  the 
American  colonies  upon  the  parliament  of  Great 
Britain.     By  a  freeholder  of  South  Carolina.     1 769. 

*  463 — 9  The  will  and  teftament  of  Lewis  the  fourteenth,  and 

the  proceedings  of  the  parliament  thereupon.    Lon- 
don, 1725. 

*  464 — 1 1   A  letter  from  a  freeman  of  South  Carolina,   to  the 

deputies  of  North  America.  South  Carolina,  1774. 

— 15  Reed's  remarks  on  governor  Johnfon's  fpeech  in  par- 
liament.    Philadelphia,  1779. 

— 16  Extracts  from  a  letter  written  to  the  prefident  of 
congrefs,  by  Arthur  Lee;  in  anfwer  to  a  libel 
publifhed  by  Silas  Deane.     Philadelphia,  1780. 

— 17  Arthur  Lee's  obfervations  on  certain  commercial 
tranfactions  in  France,  laid  before  congrefs.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1780. 

— 18  Obfervations  on  the  juftificative-memorial  of  the  court 
of  London.     Philadelphia,  1781. 

— 19  Obfervations  upon  the  effects  of  certain  late  political 
fuggeftions.  By  the  delegates  of  Georgia.  Phi- 
ladelphia. 

*  465 — 1   A  remark  on  the  difputes  <?nd  contentions  in  this  pro- 

vince.     By  David  Marin  Ben  Jeffe.      New  York, 

1155- 

— 6  Extracts  from  the  minutes  and  votes  of  the  afle-mbly 
of  New  Jerfey;  with  notes  and  obfervations.     1743. 

— 7  An   anfwer  to  the  notes   and  obfervations  upon  the 
votes  of  the  affembly  of  New  Jerfey.      1743. 

—8  The  fpeeches  of  Lewis  Morris,  Efquire,   governor  of 
New  Jerfey.     Philadelphia,  1 744. 

< — 9  Dialogues  reflecting  the  affairs  of  New  Jerfey. 

— 10  A  vindication  of  the  late  New  Jerfey  affembly.     1742. 

— 1 1  A  vindication  of  the  proceedings  of  the  affembly  of 
Jamaica.      1765. 

— 13  A  copy  of  the  complaint  of  the  houfe  of  reprefenta- 
tives  of  Maflachufetts-bay,  a^ainft  Sir  Francis  Ber- 
nard; with  his  anfwer.      1770. 

*  469 — 4  Evans's  letters  on  the  impropriety  of  fending  forces  to 

Virginia,  &c.     Philadelphia,  1756. 

•  479—  1 


i8o  General  and  local  Politics*     Quarto. 

*  4.79—1  Considerations  on  the  propriety  of  impofing  taxes  oa 

the  colonies.     Second  edition.     Anapolis,  1765. 

— 2  The  rights  of  the  colonies  examined.  Providence, 
1765. 

—3  A  difcourfe  made  on  burning  the  effigie  of  the  ft—pm-n 
in  New  London.     Connecticut,   1765. 

—4  The  examiner  examined ;  in  a  letter  from  a  gentleman 
in  Connecticut,  to  his  friend  in  London.  New  Lon- 
don, 1766. 

—.5  Ray  on  the  importance  of  the  colonies  of  North  Ame- 
rica to  Great  Britain.     New  York,  1766. 

*  j  00 — 3  Smith's  additions  and  corrections  to  his  inquiry  into 

the  nature  and  caufes  of  the  wealth  of  nations. 

*  544  L.  Ariftotelis  de  optimo  ftatu  reipublicse,  libri  oclo.    Pa« 

rifiis,  1556. 


OCTAVO. 

+  28  Seepage  31,  (Civil Hijlory.) 

41  A  collection  of  the  lords'  protefts,  from  the  flrft  upon 
record,  in  the  reign  of  Henry  the  third,  to  the  prefent 
time ;  with  an  index,  and  an  hiftorical  effay  on  the  legif* 
lative  power  of  England.     2  vols.     London,  1767. 

t6o"| 

t  5°3  .... 

•f  1499  j>  See  page  32,  (Civil  Hijlory.) 

&     I 

t  1763J 

f  62  See  page  32,   (Civil Hijlory.) 

f  89  New  obfervations,  natural,  moral,  civil,  political  and 
medical,  on  city,  town  and  country  bills  of  mortality; 
with  abftracts  of  the  bed  authors,  who  have  written  on 
this  fubjecl,  and  an  appendix  on  the  weather  and  me- 
teors.    By  Thomas  Short.     London,  1750. 

95  The  medleys,  for  the  year  171 1.  To  which  is  prefixed, 
the  five  whig-examiners.     London,  1712. 

f  117   See  page  33,  (Civil  Hijlory.) 

\  1 18  Seepage  33,  (Civil Hijlory.) 

127 


General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo.  181 

127  Difcourfes  concerning  government,  by  Algernon  Sidney. 
To  which  is  added,  a  fhort  account  of  the  author's  life. 
2  vols.     London,  1750. 

146  The  old  whig;  or  the  confiftent  Proteflant.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1739. 

f  166  See  page  35,   (Civil  Hjflory.) 

214  The  Barrier-treaty  vindicated.  Second  edition.  London, 
1712. 

231  John  Nalfon  on  the  common  intereft  of  king  and  people; 
fhewing  the  original,  antiquity,  and  excellency  of  mo- 
narchy, compared  with  ariftocracy  and  democracy,  and 
particularly  of  the  Englifh  monarchy.     London,  1678 

f  238  Seepage  121,   (Theology.) 

270  The  ufe  and  abufe  of  parliaments;  in  two  hiftorical  dif- 
courfes, — the  firft,  A  general  view  of  government  in 
Europe ;  and  the  fecond,  A  detection  of  the  parliaments 
of  England,  from  the  year  1660.  2  vols.  London, 
1 744. 

281  An  effay  upon  the  probable  methods  of  making  a  people 
gain  in  the  balance  of  trade.  London,  1699.  Gift  of 
Mr.  Pratt. 

f  337   See  page  40,  (Civil Hiflory.) 

350  An  eftimate  of  the  manners  and  principles  of  the  times. 
By  the  author  of  eflays  on  the  chara&eriftics,  &c.  Sixth 
edition.     London,  1757. 

•(•361 — 3  Obfervations  upon  a  pamphlet,  called,  "  An  Englifh 
merchant's  remarks  upon  a  paper  publimed  July  19, 
1 7 16,  under  the  name  of  A  memorial  prefented  to 
the  chancery  of  Sueden,  by  the  refident  of  Great 
Britain."     Second  edition.     London,  1738. 

362  The  political  teftament  of  cardinal  Julius  Alberoni;  exhi- 
biting a  general  view  of  the  politics  and  interefts  of  the 
feveral  courts  of  Europe;  with  a  fhort  account  of  the 
cardinal's  life.     Tranflated  from  the  Italian.     London, 

*753- 
393  Locke's  treatifes  on  government.    Fifth  edition.    London, 
1728.      Gift  of  DoEtor  Benjamin  Franklin. 

■{•415  A  view  of  the  policy  and  commerce  of  the  United  Pro- 
vinces, particularly  of  Holland;  with  an  enquiry  into 
the  alliance  of  the  dates  general  with  the  Emperor, 
France,  Spain,  and  Great  Britain.  By  Onflow  Burrifh. 
J-ondon,  1728. 

439 


k8-2  General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo. 

439  Letters  on  the  fpirit  of  patriotifm ;  on  the  idea  of  a  patriot 
king;  and  on  the  ftate  of  parties  at  the  accefTmn  of  ki  ig 
George  the  firft.  By  Henry  St.  John,  lord  vifcount 
Bolingbroke.     London,  1752. 

*  443— 1 1 

*  1012 — 2  J  Confiderations  on  the  propriety  of  impofing  taxes  in 

*  1014 — 1  ^      the  Britiih  colonies,   for  the  pnrpofe  of  railing  a 

&  revenue,  by  act  of  parliament.    London,  1 766. 

*  1061 — 5^ 

f  452  See  page  42,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

&    >  See  page  42,  (Civil  H'Jlory.) 
t  579J 

^/  (A  diflertation  upon  parties;   in  feveral  letters  to  Caleb 
'    i      D'Anvers,  Efquire.     Sixth  edition.     London,  1 743. 

497  Antl-Machiavel;  or  an  examination  of  Machiavel's  prince; 
with  notes,  hiitorical  and  political.  Publifhed  by  Mr. 
De  Voltaire.  Tranflated  from  the  French.  London, 
1761. 

*  51S — 1   A  defence  of  the  eflimate  of  the  manners  and  princi- 

ples of  the  times.     London,  1758. 

—-2  Doubts  occafioned  by  the  fecond  volume  of  an  efli- 
mate of  the  manners  and  piinciples  of  the  times. 
Second  edition.     London,  1758. 

f  521    See  page  43,   (Civil  Hijlory.) 

534  An  effay  on  maritime  power  and  commerce;  particularly 
thofe  of  France.     By  Monfieur  Deflandes.     London, 

1743- 
553  The  fpirit  of  nations.    Tranflated  from  the  French.    Lon- 
don, 1753. 

564  The  prefent  ftate  of  Europe;  containing  the  interefls, 
connections,  political  and  commercial  views  of  its  feve- 
ral powers;  comprehending  alio  a  concife  hiftory  of  the 
prefent  constitutions  of  each  country.  Sixth  edition. 
London,  1761. 

*  565 — f — 1    See  page  94,   (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

—2  The  conduct  of  the  French,  with  regard  to  Nova 
Scotia;  from  the  firft  fettlement  to  the  prefent 
time.     London,  1754. 

— 3  Reflections  upon  the  prefent  ftate  of  alrairs,  at 
home  and  abroad.  In  a  letter  from  a  member 
of  parliament.     London,  1755. 

—4 


General  and  local  Politics.     Octavo.  1S3 

— 4  Remarks  on  the  French  memorials  concerning  the 
limits  of  Acadia,  in  North  America;  with  two 
maps,  and  an  anfwer  to  the  luminary  difcuflicn, 
&c.     London,  1756. 

— 5  Reflections  on  the  importance  of  the  war  in  Ame- 
rica, and  the  reaionablenefs  of  fupporting  the 
king  of  Pruflia.     London,  1758. 

§6$  The  hiltory  of  our  national  debts  and  taxes,  from  the 
year  1688,  to  the  year  1751.     London,  175 1- 

575  The    conteft   in   America,    between    Great    Britain    and 
.  France;  with  its  conferences  and  importance.     Lon- 
don, 1757. 

578  Reflections  on  the  rife  and  fall  of  the  ancient  republics; 
adapted  to  the  prefent  itate  of  Great  Britain.  By  £. 
W.  Montague,  junr.     London,  1759. 

603 — 1   An  enquiry  into  the  conduct  of  the  two  b rs,  in 

regard  to  the  eitablifhment  of  their  power,  and 
their  profecuiion  of  the  war,  till  the  figning  the 
pieiiminariwb.     Second  edition.     London,  1749. 

■—2  A  letter  vindicating  the  conduct  of  the  two  b rs. 

London,  1749. 

— 3  The  conduct  of  the  two  b rs  vindicated;  and  the 

examiner's  contradictions  and  incontinences  exem- 
piiiied.     London,  1749. 

— 4  A  fecond  feries  of  facts  and  arguments,  by  the  author 

of  the  enquiry  into  the  conduct  of  the  two  b rs. 

Second  edition.     London,  1749. 

— 5  A  reply  to  a  pamphlet,  endtled,  "  A  fecond  feries  of 
facts  and  arguments. "     London,  1749. 

— 6  A  letter  concerning  the  treaty  negociated  at  Hanau, 
in  1743,  and  the  manner  in  which  it  was  rejected. 
London,  1749. 

— 7  A  letter  from  a  perfon  of  diftinction  to  the  right  ho- 
norable J E of  Eg 1.     Occafioned  by 

the  publication  of  three  pamphlets,  refpecting  the 
conduct  of  the  two  b rs.     London. 

— 8  The  trial  of  J P ,  Efquire,  commonly  called 

E of  E ,  the  reputed  author  of  a  pam- 
phlet, entitled,  "  An  enquiry  into  the  conduct  of 
the  two  b rs."     London. 

—9 


1 84  General  and  local  Politics*     O&avb. 

—9  The  finefle  of  rantum  fcantum ;  being  a  dialogue  be- 
twixt Tom  and  Harry.     London,  1 748. 

f 10  The  confpirators ;    a  tragi-comic  opera.      As  it  was 

acted  in  England  and  Ireland,    without  applaufe. 
Carrickfergus,  1749. 

f — 11  The  tale  of   two  tubs;    or  the  b rs  in  querpo. 

London,  1749. 

*  618 — 1  An  anfwer  to  an  invidious  pamphlet,   entitled,   "  A 

brief  ftate  of  the  province  of  Pennfylvania."    Lon- 
don, 1755. 

—2  A  brief  ftate  of  the  province  of  Pennfylvania;  in 
which  the  conduct  of  their  aflemblies  is  confidered* 
London,  1755. 

687  An  effay  on  civil  government;  containing  an  enquiry  into 
the  ends  of  government,  and  the  means  of  attaining 
them;  with  reflections  on  the  government  and  com- 
merce of  England.  London,  1743.  Gift  of  Jama 
Child. 

703  The  intered  of  Scotland  confidered,  with  regard  to  its 
police  in  employing  the  poor;  its  agriculture,  trade, 
manufactures,  and  fifheries.     London,  1736. 

705  The  true  Briton.     2  vols.     London,  1723. 

*  798 — 4  The  neceffity   of   a  well-regulated   and  able-bodied 

nightly  watch,  for  the  prefervation  of  the  city  of 
London.     London,  1752. 

*  So  1 — 2  A  letter  to  the  gentlemen  of  the  common  council. 

London,  1756. 

Poftlethwayt  on  the  importance  of  the  African  expe- 
dition.    London,  1758. 

— 4  The  conduct  of  a  noble  commander  in  America,  im- 
partially reviewed;  with  the  caufes  of  the  difcon- 
tents  at  New  York  and  Halifax.  Second  edition. 
London,  1758. 

-J-  838  See  page  50,  (Civil  Hiftory*) 

853  The  alliance  between  church  and  flate;  or  the  neceffity 
and  equity  of  an  eftabliftied  religion,  and  a  teft-law, 
demonstrated  upon  the  fundamental  principles  of  the 
law  of  nature  and  nations.  By  William  Warburton* 
London,  1736. 

*  891— 1 


General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo.  185 

*  891 — 1  An  addrefs  to  the  ele&ors  of  Great  Britain;  occafion- 

ed  by  the  feceflion.     London,  1739. 

— 3  A  letter  to  a  friend  in  the  country,  on  the  publication 
of  Thurloe's  ftate  papers.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1742. 

— 4  Tucker's  reflections  on  the  expediency  of  a  law  for  the 
naturalization  of  foreign  Proteftants.  London, 
1751. 

910  The  finishing  ftroke;  being  a  vindication  of  the  patriarchal 
fcheme  of  government;  wherein  Mr.  Hoadly's  exami- 
nation of  this  fcheme  is  fully  confidered.  London, 
1 71 6.      Gift  of  William  Clampfer, 

*  926 — 1   Plain  truth;   or  ferious  confiderations  on  the  prefent 

ftate  of  the  city  of  Philadelphia.     1 747. 

927  A  memorial;  containing  a  view  of  fa&s,  with  their  autho- 
rities; in  anfwer  to  the  obfervations  fent  by  the  Englifh 
miniftry  to  the  courts  of  Europe.  Tranflated  from  the 
French.     Philadelphia,  1757. 

1004  The  adminiftration  of  the  colonies;  wherein  their  rights 

and  conftitution  are  difcuifed.      By  Thomas  Pownall. 
Fourth  edition.     London,  1768. 

1005  The  North-Briton,  from  number  one,  to  number  forty- fix, 

inclufive;  with  explanatory  notes.     By  a  friend  to  civil 
and  religious  liberty. 

*  1 01 4 — 2  Prieftley's  eifay  on  the  firft  principles  of  government, 
and  the  nature  of  political,  civil  and  religious  liber- 
ty; including  remarks  on  Dr.  Brown's  code  of  edu- 
cation, and  on  Dr.  Balguy's  fermon  on  church 
authority.     Second  edition.     London,  177 1. 

—-3  An  eifay  on  the  conftitution  of  England.  Second 
edition.     London,  1766. 

1020  An  enquiry  into  the  principles  of  political  ceconomy;  be- 
ing an  eifay  on  the  fcience  of  domeftic  policy  in  free 
nations.    By  Sir  James  Stewart.    3  vols.    Dublin,  1770. 

f  1027  Charles  D'Avenant's  political  and  commercial  works, 
relating  to  the  trade  and  revenue  of  England.  Revifed 
by  Charles  Whitworth.     5  vols.  .  London,  1771. 

1034  An  hiftorical  eifay  on  the  Englifh  conftitution.     London, 

1771. 

*  1061 — I 

A  a 


i86 


General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo. 


*  1 06 1 — 1  Thoughts  on  the  late  tranfactions  refpecting  Falkland's 

ifl&nds.     Second  edition.     London,  177 1. 

-—2  The  falfe  alarm.     London,  1770. 

— 3  Thoughts  on  the  caufe  of  the  prefent  difcontents. 
Fourth  edition.     London,  1770. 

— 4  Macauley's  obfervations  on  a  pamphlet,  entitled, 
"  Thoughts  on  the  caufe  of  the  prefent  difcon- 
tents."    Fifth  edition.     London,  1770. 

*  1064 — 1  The  rights  of   the  colonies  examined.      Providence, 

1765. 

—2  A  letter  from  a  gentleman  at  Halifax,  to  his  friend  in 
Rhode  Ifland;  containing  remarks  on  a  pamphlet, 
entitled,  "  The  rights  of  the  colonies  examined." 
Newport,  1765. 

—3  A  defence  of  the  letter  from  a  gentleman  at  Halifax, 
to  his  friend  in  Rhode  Ifland.     Newport,  1765. 

«      /  An  examination  of  the  Connecticut  claim,    to  land  in 
f      Pennfylvania.     Philadelphia,   1774. 

*  1 106 — 3  Price's  appeal  to  the  public  on  the  fubject  of  the  nati- 

onal debt.     Second  edition.     London,  1772. 

*  1 1 10 — 3  Dickinfon's  reply  to  a  piece  called   "  The  fpeech  of 

Jofeph  Galloway,  Efquire."     Philadelphia,  1764. 

1 127  Burgh's  political   difquifitions.      3  vols.       Philadelphia, 
*775- 

*  1 1 35 — I   Common  fenfe;  addreffed  to  the  inhabitants  of  Ame- 

rica.    Philadelphia,  1776. 

—2  Plain  truth;  addreffed  to  the  inhabitants  of  America; 
containing  remarks  on  a  late  pamphlet,  entitled* 
"  Common  {qvSq,"     Philadelphia,  1776. 

—3  Remarks  on  a  late  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  Plain  truth." 
Philadelphia,  1776. 

—4  The  true  interest  of  America  impartially  ftated,  in 
certain  ftriftures  on  a  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  Common 
fenfe."     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 5  An  addrefs  from  Congrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  Que- 
bec. 

—6  Additions  to  "  Plain  truth,"  in  anfwer  to  "  Common 
fenfe."     Philadelphia,  1776. 

*  113S — 1 


General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo.  187 

♦1136 — 1  The   pamphlet,    entitled,    "Taxation   no   tyranny," 
candidly  confidered.     London. 

— 2  Taxation,  tyranny.  AddrefTed  to  Samuel  John  Ton. 
London,  1775. 

— 3  Tyranny  unmafked.  An  anfwer  to  a  late  pamphlet, 
entitled,  "  Taxation  no  tyranny."     London,  1775. 

*  1 1 58 — 5  Witherfpoon's  addrefs  to  the  natives  of  Scotland,  re- 
fiding  in  America.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 7  An  addrefs  to  the  Proteftant  di (Tenters  of  all  denomi- 
nations, on  the  approaching  election  of  members  of 
parliament.     London,  1774. 

— 8  The  fpeech  of  Samuel  Chew,  Efquire,  to  the  grand 
jury  of  Newcaftle  county,  on  the  lawfulnefs  of  de- 
fence againft  an  armed  enemy.    Philadelphia,  1775. 

—9  An  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  Pennfylvania,  by  thofe 
freemen,  of  the  city  of  Philadelphia,  who  were  con- 
fined in  the  Mafons'  lodge,  by  virtue  of  a  general 
warrant.     Philadelphia,  1777. 

•*  1 1 43 — 1  Edmund  Burke's  fpeech  on  American  taxation.   Third 
edition.     London,  1775. 

— 2  An  anfwer  to  Burke's  fpeech  on  American  taxation. 
London,  1775. 

—3  Edmund  Burke's  fpeech  on  moving  for  a  conciliation 
with  the  colonies.     Second  edition.     London,  1775. 

*  1 144. — 1  The  fupremacy  of  the  Britifh  legiflature  over  the  colo- 

nies, candidly  difcuffed.     London,  1775. 

— 2  An  addrefs  to  the  government,  the  merchants,  manu- 
facturers, and  the  colonics  in  America,  on  the  pre- 
fent  ftate  of  affairs.     London,  1775. 

— 3  An  appeal  to  •'he  public;  (rating  and  confidering  the 
objections  to  the  Quebec-bill.     London,  1774. 

— 4  American  independence  the  intereft  and  glory  of  Great 
Britain.     London,  1774. 

-—5  Confiderations  on  certain  political  tranfactions  of  the 
province  of  South  Carolina.     London,  1774. 

*  1 145 — 1  The  letters  of  lieutenant  governor  Hutchinfon   and 

lieutenant  governor  Oliver;  with  the  afiembly's  ad- 
drefs; the  proceedings  and  report  of  the  lords'  com- 
mittee of  council;  and  the  fubftance  of  Mr.  Wed- 
derburn's  fpeech  relating  to  thofe  letters.  Second 
edition.     London,  1774. 


1 88  General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo. 

— 2  A  letter  to  the  earl  of  Chatham,  on  the  Quebec-bilh 
Fourth  edition.     1774. 

— 3  Lord  Chatham's  fpeech  in  the  houfe  of  lords,  on  a 
motion  for  an  addrefs  to  the  king  for  removing  his 
troops  from  Bofton.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 4  Letters  to  a  member  of  parliament  on  the  prefent  dif- 
pute  with  our  American  colonies.     London,  1775., 

•—5  A  letter  to  Doctor  Tucker  on  his  propofal  of  a  fepara- 
tion  between  Great  Britain  and  her  American  colo- 
nies.    London,  1774. 

—6  The  refpective  pleas  and  arguments  of  the  mother 
country,  and  of  the  colonies,  diftinctly  fet  forth. 
By  Doctor  Tucker.     Glocefter,  1775. 

The  true  interefl  of  Great  Britain,  fet  forth  in  re- 
gard to  the  colonies.  By  Doctor  Tucker.  Nor- 
folk, 1774. 

2  A  friendly  addrefs  to  all  reafonable  Americans,  on 
the  fubject  of  our  political  confufions.     America, 

1774- 
- — 3  An  abridgment  of  the  "  Friendly  addrefs."     New 
York,  1774. 

~~jj  /  Strictures  on  a  pamphlet,   entitled,    "  A  friendly 
x-  f      addrefs."     Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 5  Strictures  on  the  "  Friendly  addrefs"  examined,  and 
a  refutation  of  its  principles  attempted.  New  York. 

f — 7  The  poor  man's  advice  to  his  neighbours,  a  ballad. 
New  York,  1774. 

— 8  An  examination  of  the  mutual  claims  of  Great 
Britain  and  the  colonies;  with  a  plan  of  accom* 
modation.     New  York,  1775. 

—9  An  alarm  to  the  legiflature  of  the  province  of  New 
York.     New  York,  1775. 

— 10  The  origin  of  the  American  conteft  with  Great 
Britain.     New  York,  1775. 

— 1 1  The  Americans  roufed,  in  a  cure  for  the  fpleen;  be- 
ing the  fubftance  of  a  converfation  on  the  times. 
New  York. 

*  1 14  7 — 1  The  addrefs  of  the  people  of  Great  Britain  to  the 
inhabitants  of  America.     London,  1775. 

— 2  An  affectionate  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  the  Britifli 
colonies  in  America.     1776. 

—3 


General  and  Iceal  Politics.     O&avo.  189 

. — 3  The  fentiments  of  a  foreigner  on  the  difputes  of  Great 
Britain  with  America.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 4  Great  Britain's  right  to  tax  her  colonies,  placed  in  the 
cleared  light,  by  a  Swifs.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 5  The  fpeeches  delivered  in  parliament,  in  favor  of  the 
rights  of  America.     New  York,  1775. 

— 6  Major-general  Lee's  letters  to  the  earl  Percy  and 
major-general  John  Burgoyne;  with  the  anfwers. 
New  York,  1775. 

— 7  The  declaration  of  congrefs,  fetting  forth  the  caufes 
and  neceffity  of  their  taking  up  arms.    Philadelphia, 

1775- 

— 8  An  addrefs  from  congrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  Great 
Britain.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

—  9  An  addrefs  from  congrefs  to  the  people  of  Ireland. 
Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 10  The  petition  and  memorial  of  the  affembly  of  Jamaica 
to  the  king.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

-J-  1 1 79  See  page  55,  (Civil  Hiflory .) 

1 23 1  Obfervations  on  the  nature  of  civil  liberty;  the  principles 
of  government;  and  the  juflice  and  policy  of  the  war 
with  America;  with  an  appendix.  By  Doctor  Price. 
London,  1776. 

*  1236— 1  Day's  reflections  on  the  prefent  (late  of  England,  and 

the    independence    of    America.       Third    edition, 
London,  1783. 

— 2  A  memorial,  addrelTed  to  the  fovercigns  of  Europe, 
on  the  prefent  ftate  of  affairs,  between  the  old  and 
new  world.     London,  1780. 

— 3  Price's  ftate  of  the  public  debt,  in  1783.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  t  783. 

•j- — 4.  Sheffield's  obfervations  on  the  commerce  of  the  Ame- 
rican ftates;  with  an  appendix.  Second  edition. 
London,  1783. 

*  1245 — 1  A  fpeech  intended  to  have  been  fpoken  on  the  bill  for 

altering  the  charters  of  Maifachufetts-bay.     Third 
edition.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

—2  An  eflay  on  the  conftitutional  power  of  Great  Britain 
over  America;  with  the  refoives  of  the  committee 
of  Pennfylvania,  and  their  inftructions  to  their 
reprefentatives  in  affembly.     Philadelphia,  1 7  74. 

—3 


i go  General  and  local  Politics,     O&avo. 

. ^  A  friendly  addrefs  to  all  reafonable  Americans,  on  our 

political  confufions.     New  York,  1774. 

—4  Strictures  on  a  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  A  friendly  ad- 
drefs."    Philadelphia,  1774. 

—5  Journals  of  the  proceedings  of  congrefs,  held  at  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1774.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

—6  Proceedings  in  the  parliament  of  Great  Britain,  and 
in  Maffachufetts-bay,  relative  to  the  giving  of  the 
money  of  the  people  of  that  province  and  of  all 
America.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

—.7  A  view  of  the  rights  of  Britiih  America.  Philadel- 
phia,  1774. 

—3  A  declaration  of  the  people's  natural  right  to  a  fhare 
in  the  legiilature.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

—-9  Considerations  on  the  nature  and  extent  of  the  legisla- 
tive authority  of  the  Britiih  parliament.  Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

»— 10  Quincy's  obfervations  on  the  Bofton-port  bill;  with 
thoughts  on  civil  fociety  and  Handing  armies.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1774.     "This  volume  the  gift  of  Oiven  B'mdle, 

#  1 246 — I   A  friendly  addrefs  to  all  reafonable  Americans,  on  our 
political  confufions.     New  York,  1774. 

— 2  The  "  Friendly  addrefs"  abridged.    New  York,  1774. 

Strictures  on  a  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  A  friendly  ad- 
drefs."    Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 4  The  other  fide  of  the  queflion;  or  a  defence  of  the 
liberties  of  North  America.     New  York,  1774. 

— 5  Strictures  on  the  "  Friendly  addrefs"  examined,  and  a 
refutation  of  its  principles  attempted.     New  York. 

— 7  Extracts  from  the  proceedings  of  congrefs,  held  Sep- 
tember 5,  1774;  with  the  proceedings  of  the 
Pennfylvania  convention,  held  January  23,  1775. 
Philadelphia,  1775. 

—8  What  think  ye  of  the  congrefs  now?  or  an  enquiry 
how  far  the  Americans  are  bound  to  abide  by  the 
decifions  of  congrefs.     New  York,  1775. 

—9  A  plan  of  a  propefed  union  between  Great  Britain 
and  the  colonies. 

—10  Free  thoughts  on  the  proceedings  of  congrefs.     1774* 

—11 


General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo.  191 

—11  The  congrefs  canvafTed;  or  an  examination  into  the 
conduct  of  the  delegates.      1774. 

—12  A  vindication  of  the  meafures  of  congrefs.  New 
York,  1774. 

— -13  A  view  of  the  controverfy  between  Great  Britain  and 
her  colonies.     By  a  W farmer.     New  York, 

*774- 

—14  The  W farmer  refuted;    or  a  more  impartial 

view  of  the  difpute  between  Great  Britain  and  the 
colonies.     New  York,  1775. 

4* — -1 5  The  ailbciation  of  the  delegates  of  the  colonies,  veri- 
fied.    1774. 

f — 16  A  dialogue  between  a  fouthern  delegate  and  his  fpoufe. 
1774- 
— 17  An  addrefs  from  congrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  Great 
Britain.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 18  An  Englifhman's  anfwer  to  the  "  Addrefs  from  con- 
grefs  to  the  people  of  Great  Britain."     New  York, 

1775- 
— 19  A  declaration  from  congrefs,  fetting  forth  the  caufes 
and  neceffity  of  their  taking  up  arms.    Philadelphia, 

1775- 
« — 20  The  petition  and  memorial  of  the  affembly  of  Jamaica, 
to  the  king.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

-—21  An  addrefs  to  the  people  of  England,  Ireland  and 
Scotland,  on  the  prefent  important  crifis.  By  Ca- 
tharine Macauley.    Third  edition.    New  York,  1775. 

—22  The  fentiments  of  a  foreigner  on  the  difputes  of  Great 
Britain  with  America.  Tranilated  from  the  French. 
Philadelphia,  1775. 

- — 23  An  examination  of  the  mutual  claims  of  Great  Bri- 
tain and  the  colonies;  with  a  plan  of  accommoda- 
tion.    New  York,  1775. 

— 24  The  political  ftate  of  Maffachufetts-bay.     New  York, 

*775- 
f — 25  The  poor  man's  advice  to  his  poor  neighbours,  a  bal- 
lad.    New  York,  1774. 

-—26  The  Americans  roufed,  in  a  cure  for  the  fpleen;  being 
the  fubftance  of  a  converlaiion  on  the  times.  New 
York. 

f — 27  The  patriots  of  North  America,  a  fketch;  with  notes. 
New  York,  1775. 

—28 


io2  General  and  local  Politics.     Octavo. 

— 28  The  triumph  of  the  whigs;  or  t'other  congrefs  con- 
vened.    New  York,  1775. 

. — 29  Advice  to  the  counties  of  New  York.     1774. 

— 30  An  alarm  to  the  legiflature  of  New  York.     1775. 

— 31   Debates  of  the  Robin-Hood  fociety.    New  York,  1774. 

— 32  The  family  compact;  or  a  difcourfe  pointing  out  the 
advantages  of  an  union  between  Great  Britain  and 
her  colonies.  By  Ifaac  Hunt.  Philadelphia,  1775. 
This  volume  the  gift  of  'Thomas  Tellier. 

1255  Baratariana;  or  a  collection  cf  political  pieces,  publifhed 
during  the  administration  of  lord  Townfend  in  Ireland; 
with  plates.     Second  edition.     Dublin,  1773. 

*  1279 — 1   Pownall's  memorial  to  the  fovereigns  of  America. 

London,  1783. 

— *3  Edmund  Burke's  fpeech  on  prefenting  to  the  houfe  of 
commons  a  plan  for  the  better  fecuring  of  the  inde- 
pendence of  parliament,  &c.  Fourth  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1780. 

*  I28i — 1  Obfervations  on  the  American  revolution.     Publifhed 

according  to  a  refolution  of  congrefs,  by  their  com- 
mittee.    Philadelphia,  1779. 

— 2  Webfter's  effay  on  free  trade  and  finance.  Philadel- 
phia, 1779. 

— 5  Phocion's  letter  to  the  citizens  of  New  York,  and 
Mentor's  reply;  with  Phocion's  remarks  on  Men- 
tor's reply.     Philadelphia,  1784. 

— 6  Burke's  addrefs  to  the  freemen  of  South  Carolina,  on 
feveral  fubjects.     Philadelphia,  1783. 

— 7  Burke's  confiderations  on  the  order  of  Cincinnati. 
Philadelphia,  1783. 

— 8  Obfervations  on  "  Burke's  confiderations  on  the  order 
of  Cincinnati."     Philadelphia,  1783. 

1295  The  Canadian  freeholder,  a  dialogue;  ihowing  the  fenti- 
ments  of  the  bulk  of  the  freeholders  of  Canada  con- 
cerning the  late  Quebec  act.     3  vols.     London,  1776. 

*  13  2 1 — 1   Confiderations  on  the  provifional  treaty  with  America, 

and  the  preliminary  articles  of  peace  with  France 
and  Spain.     London,  1783. 

« — 2  Edmund  Burke's  fpeech  on  prefenting  to  the  houfe  of 
commons  a  plan.for  the  better  fecuring  of  the  inde- 
pendence of  parliament,  &c.  Fourth  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1780. 

—3 


General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo.  193 

— 3  An  addrefs  and  recommendation  to  the  ftates,  by  the 
United  States  in  congrefs  aflembled.     Philadelphia, 

1783. 
—4  The  conftitution  of  Pennfylvania;  with  the  remarks  of 
the  council  of  cenfors  thereon.    Philadelphia,  1784. 

*  1322 — 1  An  eflay  on  the  nature  and  principles  of  public  credit. 

London,  1784. 

— 2  A  poftfcript  to  Doctor  Priced  pamphlet,  on  the  (late 
of  the  public  debts  and  finances.     London,  1784. 

*  1323 — 4  Day's  reflections  upon  the  peace,  the  Eaft  India  bill, 

and  the  prefent  crifis.     London,  1784. 

1342  A  declaration  of  the  people's  natural  right  to  a  fhare  in 
the  legiflature.  By  Granville  Sharp.  Second  edition. 
London,  1775.       Gift  of  the  author, 

1345  Tracts  on  equitable  reprefentation,  and  annual  parliaments. 

By  Granville  Sharp.     Seventh  edition.    London,  17  So. 
Gift  of  the  author, 

1 346  Tracts  concerning  the  ancient  means  of  national  defence, 

by  a  free  militia.    By  Granville  Sharp.   London,  1782. 
Gift  of  the  author, 

f  1360  Champion's  confideration  on  the  prefent  fituation  of  Great 
Britain  and  the  United  States  of  America;  with  a  view 
of  their  future  commercial  connections;  including  re- 
marks on  lord  Sheffield's  pamphlet.  Second  edition. 
London,  1784. 

1365  Necker's  treatife  on  the  adminiftration  of  the  finances  of 
France.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  Thomas  Mor- 
timer.    3  vols.     London,  1785. 

1386  Mirabeau's  confiderations  on  the  order  of  Cincinnatus; 
with  a  letter  from  M.  Turgot,  to  Doctor  Price,  on  the 
conflitutions  of  America;  and  an  abftract  of  Doctor 
Price's  obfervations  on  the  importance  of  the  American 
revolution;  with  notes.     London,  1785. 

1396  Lord  Sheffield's  obfervations  on  the  manufactures,  trade 
and  prefent  ftate  of  Ireland.     London,  1785. 

1413  Anderfon's  account  of  the  prefent  ftate  of  the  Hebrides, 
and  the  Weitern  coafts  of  Scotland.    Edinburgh,  1785. 

f  1440  See  page  133,  (Theology.) 

14471  Mirabeau's  enquiries  concerning  Lettres  de  Cachet;  the 
&     >      confequences  of  arbitary  imprifonment;  and  a  hiftory 
1 62 1 J      of  the  diftrelTes  and  fufferings  of  ftate  prifoners.      2 
vols.    London,  1787. 

B  b  *  1452 — 1 


194  General  and  local  Politics*     O&avo. 

*  1452— I   Hertzberg's  difcourfes,    on  the  population  of    flutes  in 

general;  and  on  the  true  riches  of  nations,  the  ba- 
lance of  commerce,  and  that  of  power;  delivered 
before  the  Royal  Academy  of  Sciences  and  Belles 
Lettres,  at  Berlin.  Tranflated  from  the  French. 
London,  1786. 

1457  Cafaux's  thoughts  on  the  mechanifm  of  focieties.  Tranf- 
lated from  the  French,  by  Parkyns  Mac  Mahon.  Lon- 
don, 1786. 

*  1461 — 1  Andrew's  eflay  on  republican  principles,  and  on  the 

inconveniences  of  a  commonwealth  in  a  large  coun- 
try and  nation;  with  reflections  on  the  prefent  fitua- 
tion  of  Great  Britain.     London,  1783. 

— 2  Chalmer's  opinions  on  interefling  fubjects  of  public  law 
and  commercial  policy;  arifing  from  American  inde- 
pendence.    London,  1785. 

— 3  A  propofal  for  the  liquidation  of  the  national  debt; 
the  abolition  of  tythes ;  and  the  reform  of  the  church 
revenue.     Third  edition.     London,  1785. 

*  1465 — 2  Differ  tations  on  government;  on  the  bank,  and  on  pa- 

per money.  By  Thomas  Paine.   Philadelphia,  1786. 

-—3  Webfter's  reafons  for  repealing  the  ad,  of  the  legifla- 
ture  of  Pennfylvania,  which  took  away  the  charter 
of  the  bank  of  North  America.     Philadelphia,  1786. 

— 5  Carey's  account  of  the  debates  and  proceedings  of  the 
general  alTembly  of  Pennfylvania,  on  the  memorials 
praying  a  repeal  of  the  law  annulling  the  chaiter  of 
the  bank.     Philadelphia,  1786. 

*  1472 — I   Edmund  Burke's  fpeech  on  American  taxation.    Third 

edition.     New  York,  1775. 

— 2  An  anfwer  to  Burke's  fpeech  on  American  taxation. 
London,  1775. 

— 3  Edmund  Burke's  fpeech  on  moving  his  refolution  for  a 
conciliation  with  the  colonies.  Second  edition. 
London,  1775. 

f  1473 — 1  An  argument  in  defence  of  the  exclufive  right  claimed 
by  the  colonies  to  tax  themfelves;  and  a  review  of 
the  laws  of  England,  relative  to  reprefentation  and 
taxation;  with  an  account  of  the  rife  of  the  colonies. 
London,  1774. 

— 2  American  independence  the  intereft  and  glory  of  Great 
Britain.     London,  1774. 

•—3  Confiderations  on  certain  political  tranfaclions  of  the 
province  of  South  Carolina.   London,  1774. 

*  1474 


General  and  local  Ploitics.     O&avo.  195 

— i  Obfervations  on  the  Bofton-port  bill ;  with  thoughts 
on  civil  fociety  and  ftanding  armies.  By  Jofiah 
Quincy.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

—2  Tennent's  addrefs,  occafioned  by  the  late  invafion 
of  the  liberties  of  the  American  colonies  by  the 
Britifh  parliament.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 3  Confiderations  on  the  nature  and  extent  of  the  legis- 
lative authority  of  the  Britifh  parliament.  Phila- 
delphia, 1774. 

— 4  Confiderations  on  the  meafures  carrying  on  with 
refpecl  to  the  Britifh  colonies  in  America.  Phila- 
delphia, 1775. 

— 5  An  appendix  to  "  Confiderations  on  the  meafures 
carrying  on  with  refpecl:  to  the  Britifh  colonies." 
Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 6  A  fummary  view  of  the  rights  of  Britifh  America. 
Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 7  Proceedings  in  the  parliament  of  Great  Britain, 
and  in  MafTachufetts-bay,  relative  to  the  giving 
of  the  money  of  the  people  of  that  province  and 
of  all  America.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

— S  A  declaration  of  the  people's  natural  right  to  a 
fliare  in  the  legiflature.  By  Granville  Sharp. 
Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 9  The  proceedings  of  the  convention  for  the  province 
of  Pennfylvania.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 10  The  political  family;  or  a  difcourfe  pointing  out  the 
advantages  which  flow  from  an  uninterrupted 
union  between  Great  Britain  and  her  American 
colonies.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

1475- — 1  An  addrefs  from  the  people  of  Great  Britain  to  the 
inhabitants  of  America.     London,  1775. 

— 2  An  affeeYior.ate  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  the  Bri- 
tifh colonies  in  America.     1776. 

— 3  The  fentiments  of  a  foreigner  on  the  difputes  of  Great 
Britain  with  America.  Tranflated  from  the  French. 
Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 4  The  fpeeches  of  the  principal  advocates,  in  the  houfe 
of  commons,  in  favor  of  the  rights  of  America. 
Mew  York,  1775, 

33  T* 


iq6  General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo. 

r  Major-general  Lee's  letters  to  earl  Percy  and  major- 
general  John  Burgoyne;  with  the  anfwers.  New 
York,  1775. 

—6  Obfervations  on  the  late  popular  meafures.  Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

— 7  The  right  of  Great  Britain  to  tax  her  colonies,  placed 
in  the  cleareft  light,  by  a  Swifs.    Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 8  An  addrefs  to  the  Proteftant  diifenters  of  all  denomina- 
tions, refpecling  liberty  in  general,  and  of  Ameri- 
can affairs  in  particular.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

• — 9  The  delaration  of  congrefs,  fetting  forth  the  caufes 
and  necefiity  of  taking  up  arms ;  with  their  addrefs 
to  the  inhabitants  of  Great  Britain.     Philadelphia, 

1775* 
—1  A  fpeech  intended  to  have  been  fpoken  on  the  bill 
for  altering  the   charters   of   MarTachufetts-bay. 
Third  edition.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

—2  The  farmer  refuted;  or  an  impartial  view  of  the 
difpute  between  Great  Britain  and  the  colonies. 
New  York,  1775. 

f — 3  The  Patriots  of  North  America,    a  fketch;    with 
notes.     New  York,  1775. 

— 4  An  Englishman's  anfwer  to  the  addrefs  from  con- 
grefs to  the  people  of  Great  Britain.    New  York, 

1775- 
•j- — 5  The  afibciation  of  congrefs,   verfified  and  adapted 
to  mufic.     1774. 

— 6  The  caufes  of  the  prcfent  diffractions  in  America, 
explained.     1774. 

— 7  A  view  of  the  controverfy  between  Great  Britain 
and  her  colonies.     New  York,  1774. 

- — 8  A  vindication  of  the  meafures  of  congrefs.     New 
York,  1774. 

— 9  Free  thoughts  on  the  proceedings  of  congrefs.   1774. 

— 10  The  congrefs  canvaffed;  or  an  examination  into  the 
conduct  of  the  delegates.     1774. 

1 — 1 1  What  think  ye  of  the  congrefs  now?  01  an  enquiry 
how  far  the  Americans  are  bound  to  abide  by  the 
decifions  of  congrefs.     New  York,  1775. 

■J- — 12  A  dialogue  between  a  fouthcrn  delegate  and  hii 
fpoufe.     1774. 

*  14S3— 1 


General  and  local  Politics.     Octavo.  197 

*  j^g^ — 1  The  Crifis,    from  number  one  to  fixteen,    inclufive. 

London,  1775. 

— 2  Extracts  from  the  proceedings  of  congrefs.  Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

— 3  Common  fenfe;  addrefled  to  the  inhabitants  of  Ame- 
rica.    Philadelphia,  1776. 

i486  Gale's  efTay  on  the  nature  and  principles  of  public  credit. 
London,  1784.      Gift  of  Tench  Coxe. 

1494  The  adminiftration  of  the  colonies;  wherein  their  rights 
and  conftitutions  are  difcuiTed.  By  Thomas  Pownall. 
Second  edition.     London,  1765. 

*  1495— -1   The  late  regulations  refpecting  the  Britifli  colonies  in 

America,  conlidered.     London,  1765. 

— 2  The  neceflity  of  repealing  the  American  (lamp-act 
demonftratcd.     London,  1766. 

— 3  The  occurrences  in  North  America,  and  policy  of 
Great  Britain,  confidered.     London,  1766. 

—4  An  account  of  a  late  conference  on  the  occurrences  in 
America.     London,  1766. 

— 5  The  rights  of  parliament  vindicated,  on  occafion  of 
the  late  ftamp- act,  &c.     London,  1766. 

—6  The  application  of  fome  general  political  rules,  to  the 
prefent  ftate  of  Great  Britain,  Ireland  and  America. 
London,  1766. 

— 7  A  hiftory  of  the  conduct  of  the  prefent  miniftry,  with 
regard  to  the  American  ftamp-act.  Second  edition. 
London,  1766. 

3510  The  prefent  ftate  of  Great  Britain  and  North  America, 
with  regard  to  agriculture,  population,  trade  and  ma- 
nufactures, impartially  confidered.     London,  1767. 

*  1522— 1   Confiderations  on  the  propriety  of  taxing  the  Britifli 

colonies.     London,  1766. 

—2  The  occurrences  in  North  America,  and  policy  of 
Great   Britain,    confidered.      London,   1766. 

—3  The  grievances  of  the  American  colonies  examined. 
London,  1766. 

—4  Four  diifertations  on  the  reciprocal  advantages  of  a 
perpetual  union  between  Great  Britain  and  her 
American  colonies.  Written  for  Mr.  S^r^eant's 
prize  medal.     Philadelphia;  1766. 

*  1523 — 2 


198  General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo. 

*  1523 — 2  Verfes  applied  to  the  firft  of  November,  1765;  includ- 
ing a  prediction  that  the  ftamp-act  ihall  not  take 
place  in  America.     New  Haven. 

— 3  The  late  regulations  refpecting  the  Britifh  colonies  in 
America,  confidered.     Philadelphia,  1765. 

— 4  Political  debates.     Paris,  1766. 

— 5  A  vindication  of  the  Britifh  colonies.     Bofton,  1765'. 

— 6  A  difcourfe  addrefied  to  the  fons  of  liberty.  Provi- 
dence, 1766. 

— 7  Confiderations  upon  the  rights  of  the  colonifts  to  the 
privileges  of  Britifh  fubjects.     New  York,  1766, 

— 8  The  examination  of  Doctor  Benjamin  Franklin,  before 
the  houfe  of  commons,  relating  to  the  repeal  of  the 
ftamp-act. 

— 9  D13  verhcerung  Doctor  Benjamin  Franklins  vor  der 
hohen  verfammlung  des  haufes  der  Gemeinen  von 
Grofzbrittannien,  die  Stxmpel-act,  &c.  betrefFend. 
Philadelphia,  1766. 

10  An  addrefs  to  the  committee   of  correfpondence  in 

Barbadoes.     Philadelphia,  1766. 

*  !^23 — 1  A  dialogue  between  Sir  George  Cornwall  and  Mr. 

Flint.     Bofton,  1769. 

— 2  Letters  to  the  miniftry  from  governor  Bernard,  gene- 
ral Gage,  and  commodore  Hood.     Bofton,  1760. 

— 3  An  appeal  to  the  world ;  or  a  vindication  of  the  town 
of  Bofton,  from  the  falfe  afperfions  contained  in  the 
letters  written  by  governor  Bernard,  &c.  Bofton, 
1769. 

*  1546 — 2  An  anfwer  to  an  invidious  pamphlet,   entitled,   "  A 

brief  Mate  of  the  province  of  Pennfvlvania."    Lon- 
don, 1755. 

— 3  A  brief  view  of  the  conduct  of  Pennfylvania,  for  the 
year  1755.     London,  1756. 

— 4  A  true  and  impartial  ftate  of  the  province  of  Pennfyl- 
vania ;  being  a  full  anfwer  to  the  pamphlets,  entilied, 
11  A  brief  Hate  of  the  province  of  Pennfylvania;" 
and  "  A  brief  view  of  the  conduct  of  Penniylva- 
nia."     Philadelphia,  1759. 

*  1547 — 1   The  juftice  and  neceffity  of  taxing  the  American  colo- 

nies, demonftrated.     London,  1766. 

. — 2  The  conduct  of  Cadwallader  Golden,  Efquire,  lieute- 
nant-governor of  New  York.     1767. 

—3 


♦ 


General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo.  1 99 

—3  The  conduct  of  the  late  adminiftration  examined. 
Bofton,  1767. 

—4  The  controverfy  between  Great  Britain  and  her  colo- 
nies reviewed.     Bofton,  1 769. 

1548  The  American  whig;  being  a  collection  of  tracts  on  the 
fubject  of  the  reiidence  of  Protectant  biftiops  in  the 
American  colonies.     2  vols.     New  York,  1.768. 

*  1566 — 1  An  oration  on  the  beauties  of  liberty;  or  the  efTential 

rights  of  the  Americans.     Bofton,  1773. 

*  1567 — 2  An  anfwer  to  confiderations  on  certain  political  trans- 

action of  South  Carolina.     London,  1774. 

— 3  Drayton's  charge  to  the  grand  jury  of  Charleftown, 
1776. 

— 4  xA.n  addrefs  from  a  Carolinian  to  Lord  and  Sir  William 
Howe.     Charleftown,  1776. 

1568 — 3  An  enquiry  into  the  ftate  and  utility  of  the  province  of 
Georgia.     London,  1741. 

— 6  Bland's  letter  to  the  clergy  of  Virginia,  in  which  the 
conduct  of  the  aflbmbly  is  vindicated.  Wiliamf- 
burgh,  1760. 

— 7  The  defence  of  injured  merit,  unmafked;  or  the  fcur- 
rilous  piece  of  Philander,  relating  to  an  election  in 
Virginia,  expofed  to  view.      1 77 1. 

*  1569 — 1   Logan's  enquiry  into  the  doctrine  of  the  jure-divino- 

(liip  of  hereditary  monarchy.     Edinburgh,  1 749. 

*  £j70 — 2  Charles  Read's  letter  to  John  Ladd,  Efquire,  concern- 

ing the  maffacre  of  the  indians  in  Lancafter.     Phi- 
ladelphia, 1764. 

— 3  A  looking-glafs  for  Prefbyterians.     1764. 

—•4  The  fubftance  of  a  council  of  Prefbyterians,  held  at 
Lancafter,  to  fettle  the  bufmefs  for  the  eniuing  elec- 
tion.    1764. 

— 5  The  remonftrance  of  the  diftrefTed  frontier  inhabitants 
of  Pennfylvania.     1764. 

— 6  The  importance  of  gaining  the  friendfhip  of  the  ra- 
dians to  the  Britifh  intereft.     New  York,  1 75  1. 

— 7  Prcpofals  to  prevent  fcalping.     New  York,  1765. 

— 8  Propofals  for  fecuring  the  friendfhip  of  the  five  indian 
nations.     New  York,  1756. 

—9 


2 eo  General  and  local  Politics,     O&avo. 

— 9  Hopkins'  addrefs  to  the  people  of  New  England;  re- 
prefenting  the  importance  of  attaching  the  indians 
to  their  intereft.     Philadelphia,  1757. 

— 11  An  enquiry  into  the  caufes  of  the  alienation  of  the 
Delaware  and  Shawanefe  indians  from  the  Britilh 
intereft.     London,  1759. 

*  15  7 1 — 1  Cool  thoughts  on  the  prefent  lltuation  of  public  affairs. 
Philadelphia,  1764. 

— 2  The  plain  dealer;  or  remarks  on  Quaker-politics. 
Number  one,  two  and  three.     Philadelphia,  1764. 

—-^3  An  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  Pennfylvania;  in  an- 
fwer  to  "  The  plain  dealer."     Philadelphia,  1764. 

. — 4  Dickinfon's  fpeech  in  the  houfe  of  afTembly;  with  a 
preface.     Second  edition.     Philadelphia,  1764. 

— 5  The  Maybe;  or  obfervations  on  Dickinfon's  fpeech. 
Philadelphia,  1764. 

—6  Galloway's  fpeech  in  the  houfe  of  afTembly ;  in  anfwer 
to  Dickinfon's  fpeech.     Philadelphia,  1764. 

— 7  Dickinfon's  reply  to  Galloway's  fpeech.  Philadelphia, 
1764. 

-—8  Franklin's  remarks  on  a  late  protefl  againft  appoint- 
ing him  an  agent  for  Pennfylvania.  Philadelphia, 
1764. 

— 9  An  anfwer  to  Mr.  Franklin's  remarks  on  a  late  protefl:. 
Philadelphia,  1764. 

— 10  The  fubftance  of  an  exercife  had  this  Morning  infcur- 
rility-hall.     In  feven  numbers.      1764. 

— 11  A  dialogue  between  Jack  Giant  Polypheme  and  his 
fon. 

— 12  The  bee.     Numbers  one,  two  and  three.     1765. 

— 13  Lucifer's  decree  after  a  fray.     1765. 

— 14  The  complete  trial;  or  Swaggering  John.  Tranfylva* 
nia,  1765. 

— 15  An  addrefs  to  Doctor  Alifon,  the  reverend  Mr.  Ewing, 
&c.  being  a  vindication  of  the  Quakers.     1 765. 

—16  Jack  Retort;  or  an  humble  attempt  at  fcurrility. 
Quilfylvania,  1765. 

— 1 7  A  proteft  againft  the  appointment  of  Mr.  Franklin  an 
agent  for  Pennfylvania.     1 764.  < 

*  1572 — * 


General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo.  201 

*  1572 — 1  An  enquiry  into  the  nature  and  neceffity  of  a  paper 

currency.     Philadelphia,  1729. 

— 2  Elixir  magnum;  or  the  philosopher's  flone  found  out; 
by  way  of  addrefs  to  the  legiflature.     Philadelphia, 

1757- 
* — 3  Koffler's  letter  refpecting  the  loan  of  money  to  govern- 
ment.    1760. 

v  M e  Samuel  Chew's  fpeech  to  the  grand  jury  of  New  Caf- 
tle.     Philadelphia,  1741. 

— 6  Plain  truth;  or  ferious  confiderations  on  the  prefent 
itate  of  Philadelphia.      1 747. 

— 7  A  letter  from  Batifta  Angeloni,  to  his  friend  Manzoni; 
wherein  the  Quakers  are  conlidered.     Ephrata. 

— 8  An  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  Pennfylvania,  1758. 
New  York. 

— 10  A  letter  to  the  people  of  Pennfylvania;  on  the  aflem- 
bly's  conftituting  the  judges  of  the  Supreme  court 
during  good  behaviour.     Philadelphia,  1760. 

— 11  Remedies  propofed  for  reftoring  the  funk  credit  of 
Pennfylvania.     1721. 

- — 12  Stanly's  remarks  on  fcurrility  and  oppreflion.  Phila- 
delphia, 1769. 

— 13  Letters  from  a  farmer  in  Pennfylvania,  to  the  inhabit- 
ants of  the  Britifh  colonies.  Second  edition.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1769. 

— 1 6  A  narrative  of  the  modes  purfued  at  an  election  held 
at  Newtown,  Bucks  county,  October,  1770.  Phila- 
delphia, 177 1. 

— 17  Marvell's  fecond  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  Philadel- 
phia.    1773. 

*  1573 — 5  The  crifis;   from  number  one  to  fixteen,   inclufive. 

London,  1774  and  1775. 

*  1574 — 1  Morgan's  vindication.     Boiton,  1777. 

— 2  An  echo  from  the  temple  of  wifdom ;  or  an  anfwer  to 
an  addrefs  to  Silas  Deane,  Efquire.  Philadelphia, 
1779. 

—3  Remarks  on  a  late  publication  in  the  Independent  Ga- 
zetteer; with  a  fhort  addrefs  to  the  people  of  Penn- 
fylvania.    By  Jofeph  Reed.     Philadelphia,  1783. 

—4 
C  C 


202  General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo. 

— 4  A  reply  to  Jofeph  Reed's  remarks,  and  his  addrefs  to 
the  people  of  Pennfylvania.  By  John  Cadwalader. 
Philadelphia,  1783. 

*  \yt$ — 2  A  letter  defcribing  the  prefent  ftate  of  Nova  Scotia. 

1756. 

— 3  A  letter  to  the  author  of  the  Halifax  letter.     1765.    , 

-—4  The  diverting  behaviour  of  Doctor  Marriot,  Efquire, 
when  examined  at  the  bar  of  parliament,  concerning 
the  religion  and  laws  of  Quebec ;  with  the  examina- 
tion of  Meflrs.  Meferes  and  Hey  on  the  fame  fubject. 
Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 5  Lyttleton's  letter  to  the  earl  of  Chatham  on  the  Que- 
bec bill.     New  York,  1774. 

— 6  The  juftice  of  the  late  Quebec  bill,  afferted.  London, 
1774- 

*  1576 — 1   Gale's  narrative  of  the  principal  matters  which  were 

fubjects  of  the  debates,  &c.  of  the  aiTembly  of  Con* 
necticut.     Hartford,  1769. 

— 2   Remarks  on  Gale's  narrative.     1769. 

— 3  Gale's  obfervations  rn  a  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  Re- 
marks on  Gale's  narrative."     Hartford. 

— 4  The  right  of  the  governor  and  company  of  Connecticut, 
to  hold  the  lands  within  the  limits  of  their  charter. 
Hartford,  1773. 

— 5  An  examination  of  the  Connecticut  claim,  to  the  lands 
of  Pennfylvania.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 6  A  view  of  the  title  to  Indiana,  a  tract  of  country  on 
the  Ohio.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 7  Public  good;  being  an  examination  into  the  claim  of 
Virginia  to  the  vacant  weftern  territory,  and  of  the 
right  of  the  United  States  to  the  fame.  By  Thomas 
Paine.     Philadelphia,  1780. 

—8  Plain  facts;  being  an  examination  into  the  rights  of 
the  indian  nations  of  America,  to  their  relpective 
countries.     Philadelphia,  1781. 

*  1577 — 2  A  fhort  view  of  the  political  life  and  tranfactions  of 

William  Pitt.     London,  1766. 

—3  An  enquiry  into  the  conduct  of  William  Pitt.  Se- 
cond edition.     London,  1766. 

—4  An  examination  of  the  principles  of  William  Pitt. 
London,  1766. 


General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo.  203 

—5  The  Englifhman  deceived;  wherein  fome  important  fe- 
crets  of  ftate  are  recited.     London,  1768. 

— 6  The  prefent  ftate  of  the  nation;  particularly  with 
refpeft  to  its  trade,  finances,  &c.  with  an  appendix. 
London,  1769. 

— 7  Remarks  on  the  appendix  to  "  The  prefent  flate  of  the 
nation."     London,  1769. 

*  1580 — 1  Common  fenfe;  addreffed  to  the  inhabitants  of  Ame- 
rica.    Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 2  Additions  to  "  Common  fenfe."     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 3  Plain  truth;  containing  remarks  on  a  pamphlet,  enti- 
tled, "  Common  fenfe."     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 4  Remarks  on  a  late  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  Plain  truth." 
Philadelphia,  1776. 

—5  The  true  intereft  of  America  impartially  dated;  in 
certain  ftrietures  on  a  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  Com- 
mon fenfe."     Second  edition.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 6  The  American  crifis.      Six  numbers.      Philadelphia, 

1776,   1777  and  1780. 

~-7  A  letter  to  the  abbe  Raynal,  on  the  affairs  of  America- 
By  Thomas  Paine.     Philadelphia,  1782. 

— 8  Obfervations  on  the  American  revolution.  Publifhed 
according  to  a  refolution  of  congrefs,  by  their  com- 
mittee.    Philadelphia,  1779. 

**  1582 — 1   Extracts  from  the  journal  of  the  proceedings  of  the 
provincial   congrefs  of   New  Jerfey.      Burlington, 

1775- 
—2  The  proceedings  of  the  convention  for  the  province  of 
Pennfylvania.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

—-3  The  proceedings  of  the  provincial  conference  of  the 
committees  of  Pennfylvania.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 4  Four  letters  on  interesting  fubj eels.  Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 6  Confederations  on  the  modes  and  terms  of  a  treaty  of 
peace  with  America.     Philadelphia,  1779. 

—7  A  fummary  view  of  the  rights  of  Britifh  America. 
Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 8  Obfervations  upon  the  prefent  government  of  Pennfyl- 
vania.    Philadelphia,  1777. 

— u  The  declaration  of  congrefs,  fetting  forth  the  caufes 
and  neceflity  of  their  taking  up  arms.  Philadelphia, 

J775- 

—12 


204  General  and  local  Politics*     O&avo. 

— 12  An  addrefs  from  congrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  Que- 
bec.    1774. 

— 13  An  addrefs  from  congrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  Great 
Britain.    Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 14  The  opinion  of  congrefs  on  a  refolution  of  the  houfe 
of  commons  of  Great  Britain,  of  the  twentieth  of 
February,   1775.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 15  An  addrefs  from  congrefs  to  the  people  of  Ireland. 
Philadelphia,  1 775. 

— 16  A  circular  letter  from  congrefs  to  their  conftituents. 
Philadelphia,  1779. 

— 17  An  addrefs  and  recommendations  to  the  dates,  by  the 
United  States  in  congrefs  affembled.     Philadelphia, 

1783- 

*  1585 — 1  Obfervations  on  the  importance  of  the  northern  colonies 

under  proper  regulations.     New  York,  1 750. 

— 2  Advice  to  the  inhabitants  of  the  northern  colonies,  on 
the  prefent  fituation  of  affairs.     New  York,  1755. 

— 3  Confiderations  towards  a  general  plan  of  meafures  for 
the  Englifh  provinces,     New  York,  1756. 

— 4  The  intereft  of  Great  Britain  confidered,  with  regard 
to  her  colonies,  and  the  acquifitions  of  Canada  and 
Guadaloupe.     Second  edition.     London,  176 1. 

— 5  The  adminiilration  of  the  colonies.     London,  1764. 

— 6  Confiderations  upon  the  rights  of  the  colonifts  to  the 
privileges  of  Britifh  fubjecls.     New  York,  1766. 

— 7  The  power  and  grandeur  of  Great  Britain,  founded 
on  the  liberty  of  the  colonies.     Philadelphia,  1768. 

— 8  Obfervations  occafioned  by  the  ftamp-tax.     1768. 

— 9  The  cafe  of  Great  Britain  and  America.  Philadel- 
phia, 1769. 

—10  The  right  of  Great  Britain  to  tax  her  colonies,  placed 
in  the  cleared  light,  by  a  Swifs.     London,  1774. 

*  1-86 — 13  A  table  for  the  payment  of  the  principal  and  intereft 

of  loans,  agreeably  to  the  refolutions  of  congrefs. 
Philadelphia,  1780. 

*  1587 — 1   Britain's   remembrancer;    or   the   danger   not   over. 

London,  1746. 

■ — 2  A  review  of  two  pamphlets,  one  entitled,  "  An  apo- 
logy for  a  late  resignation;"  the  other,  "  The 
refignation  difcufled,  &c."     London,  1748. 

—4 


General  and  local  Politics.     O&avo.  205 

— 4  Somers's  judgment  of  kingdoms  and  nations,  concern- 
ing the  rights,  powers  and  prerogatives  of  kings, 
and  the  rights,  privileges  and  properties  of  the  peo- 
ple.    Eleventh  edition.     Philadelphia,  1773. 

- — 5  The  North-Briton  extraordinary;  written  by  a  young 
Scotfma.n.     Second  edition.     London,  1769. 

— 6  The  falfe  alarm.     Second  edition.     London,  1770. 

— 7  The  king's  anfwer  to  Junius.     Philadelphia,  1771. 

*  1588 — 3  Penn's  argumentum  ad  hominem;   being  an  extract 

from  a  piece,  entitled,  "  England's  prefent  intereft: 
confidered."     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 4  A  letter  on  the  fubject  of  paying  taxes.  Watertown, 
1776. 

— 5  An  addrefs  to  fuch  of  the  people  called  Quakers,  as 
profefs  fcruples  relative  to  the  prefent  government. 
Philadelphia,  1778. 

— 6  An  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  Pennfylvania,  by  thofe 
freemen  of  Philadelphia,  who  were  confined  in  the 
Mafon's  lodge.     Philadelphia,  1777. 

—8  Animadverfions  on  a  reply  to  a  letter  from  a  gentle* 
man  in  New  York.     1 750. 

— 10  An  addrefs  to  the  freeholders  of  New  Jerfey,  on  the 
fubject  of  public  falaries.     Philadelphia,  1763. 

*  1589 — 8  Neceifaries;  beft  product  of  land;  beft  ftaple  of  com- 

merce.    Philadelphia,  1776. 

*  1  j  90 — 1   Obfervations  relating  to  the  circumftances  of  Maffa- 

chufetts-bay.     Bofton,  1750. 

— 3  Drummer's  defence  of  the  New  England  charters. 
London. 

•—4  Otis's  vindication  of  the  conduct  of  the  houfe  of  repre- 
fentatives  of  Maflachufetts-bay.     Bofton,  1762. 

•—5  Extract  of  a  letter  from  the  houfe  of  reprefentatives  of 
MafTachufetts-bay,  to  their  agent  Dennys  de  Berdt, 
Efquire.     London,  1770. 

—7  Quincy's  obfervations  on  the  Bofton-port  bill;  with 
thoughts  on  civil  fociety  and  ftanding  armies.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1774. 

•—8  A  fpeech  intended  to  have  been  fpoken  by  the  bifhop  of 
St.  Afaph  on  the  bill  for  altering  the  charters  of 
Maflachufetts-bay.     Philadelphia. 

—9 


206  General  and  local  Politics,      0£tavo. 

— 9  Proceedings  in  the  parliament  of  Great  Britain,  and 
in  MalTachufetts-bay,  relative  to  giving  of  the  mo- 
ney of  the  people  of  that  province  and  of  all  Ame- 
rica.    Philadelphia,   1774. 

— 10  A  narrative  of  the  miferies  of  New  England,  by  rea- 
fon  of  an  arbitrary  government  erected  there.  Bof- 
ton,  1775. 

*  1591 — 1  An  effay  on  free  trade  and  finance.     By  a  Citizen  of 

Phila.delphia.     Numbers  1,  2,  3,  4,  5,  and  7.     Phi- 
ladelphia 1779,  &c. 

— 2  Confiderations  on  the  fubjecl:  of  finance. 

— 3  Obfervations  on  the  nature  and  ufe  of  paper  credit. 
Philadelphia,  1781. 

— 5  An  anfwer  to  a  libel  againft  lord  Archibald  Hamilton. 
London,  171 8. 

— 6  A  letter  to  the  North  American,  on  occafion  of  his 
addrefs  to  the  committee  of  corefpondence  in  Bar- 
badoes.      1766. 

*  1592 — 1   Americanus  examined,    and  his  principles  compared 

with  thofe  of  the  approved  advocates  for  America. 
Philadelphia,  1774. 

r— 2  Obfervations  on  the  late  popular  meafures.  Philadel- 
phia 1774. 

—3  The  American  querift;  or  queftions  propofed  relative 
to  the  difputes  between  Great  Britain  and  her  Ame- 
rican colonies.     1774. 

—4  A  petition  to  the  king,  from  the  aiTembly  of  Jamaica. 
Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 5  A  letter  from  a  Virginian,  to  the  members  of  congrefs. 
1774. 

— 6  Advice  to  the  counties  of  New  York,  1774. 

— 7  A  friendly  addrefs  to  all  reafonable  Americans,  on 
the  fubject  of  our  political  confufions.      New  York, 

1774- 
— 8  Strictures  on  a  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  A  friendly  ad- 
drefs to  ail  reafonable  Americans."     Philadelphia, 

1774- 
— 9  Free  thoughts  on  the  proceedings  of  congrefs.     1774* 

—10  A  vindication  of  the  meafures  of  congrefs.  New 
York,  1774. 

-11 


General  and  local  Politics,     O&avo.  207 

—11  A  view  of  the  controverfy  between  Great  Britain  and 

her  American  colonies.     By  a  W farmer. 

New  York,  1774. 

— 12  The  W farmer  refuted;   or  a  more  impartial 

view  of  the  difpute  between  Great  Britain  and  her 
American  colonies.     New  York,  1775. 

— 13  The  congrefs  canvaffed;    or  an  examination  into  the 
conduct  of  the  delegates.      1774. 

— 14  The  caufes  of  the  prefent  diffractions  explained.    1774. 

—-15  A  defence  of  the  liberties  of  North  America;  in  an- 
fwer  to  a  late  "  Friendly  addrefs."  New  York, 
1774. 

1593 — 1  The  true  intereft  of  Great  Britain,  fet  forth  in  regard 
to  the  colonies.    By  Doctor  Tucker.    Norfolk,  1774. 

— 2  Confiderations  on  the  nature  and  extent  of  the  legifla- 
tive  authority  of  the  Britifh  parliament.  Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

— 3  A  declaration  of  the  people's  natural  right  to  a  fhare 
in  the  legiilature.  By  Granville  Sharp.  Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

— 4  American  independence  the  intereft  and  glory  of  Great 
Britain.     London,  1774. 

-—5  Confiderations  on  the  meafures  carrying  on  with 
refpeft  to  the  Britifh  colonies  in  North  America. 
Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 6  Scott's  beft  new  year's  gift  for  a  prime  minifter.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1774. 

—7  An  addrefs  to  the  Proteftant  difienters  of  all  denomi- 
nations, refpecting  liberty  in  general  and  of  Ameri- 
can aifairs  in  particular.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

—8  A  fummary  view  of  the  rights  of  Britifh  America. 
Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 9  An  efTay  on  the  conftitutional  power  of  Great  Britain 
over  the  colonies  in  America.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

1594 — 1  What  think  ye  of  the  congrefs  now?  or  an  enquiry 
how  far  the  Americans  are  bound  to  abide  by  the 
decifions  of  congrefs.     New  York,  1775. 

— 2  An  alarm  to  the  legiilature  of  New  York.    New  York, 
1775- 
f — 3  The  affociation  of  the  delegates  of  the  colonies,  verfi- 
fled.     1774. 

+-4 


2o$  Genera!  and  local  Politics,     O&avo. 

f — 4  A  dialogue  between  a  fouthern  delegate  and  his  fpoufe. 
1774- 

■j- — 5  The  poor  man's  advice  to  his  poor  neighbours,  a  bal- 
lad.    New  York,  1774. 

f — 6  The  patriots  of  North  America,  afketch;  with  notes. 
New  York,  1775. 

— 7  The  addrefs  of  the  people  of  Great  Britain  to  the 
inhabitants  of  America.     London,  1775. 

— 8  Wigglefworth's  calculations  on  American  population. 
Bofton,  1775. 

— 9  An  appendix  to  the  "  Confiderations  on  the  meafures 
carrying  on  with  refpedt  to  the  Britifh  colonies  in 
America."     Philadelphia,  1775. 

—  10  An  appeal  to  the  juftice  and  interefts  of  the  people  of 
Great  Britain  in  the  difputes  with  America.  Second 
edition.     London,  1775. 

— 1 1  Edmund  Burke's  fpeech  on  American  taxation.  Third 
edition.     London,  1775. 

— 12  The  fentiments  of  a  foreigner  on  the  difputes  of  Great 
Britain  with  America.  Tranflated  from  the  French. 
Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 13  The  political  family;  or  a  difcourfe  pointing  out  the 
advantages  which  flow  from  an  uninterrupted  union 
between  Great  Britain  and  her  American  colonies. 
By  Ifaac  Hunt.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 14  The  fpeech  of  the  earl  of  Chatham,  on  a  motion  for 
an  addrefs  to  the  king  for  removing  the  troops  from 
Bofton.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 15  Price's  obfervations  on  the  nature  of  civil  liberty;  the 
principles  of  government;  and  the  juftice  and  policy 
of  the  war  with  America.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 16  Abingdon's  thoughts  on  Edmund  Burke's  letter  to  the 
fiierifFs  of  Briltol,  on  the  affairs  of  America.  Lan- 
cafter,  1778. 

*  lS9S — 5  Annales  politiques  par  Mons.  Linguet. 

— 4  Lettre  adretfee  aux  habitants  de  Quebec,  de  la  part 
du  congres  general.     Philadelphie,  1782. 

—8  Invitation  ferieufe  aux  habitants  des  Illinois.  Phi- 
ladelphie, 1772. 

*  1627 — I 


General  and  local  Politics*     O&avo.  209 

«  1627 — 2  A  vindication  of  governor  Parr  and  his  council,  againft 
the  complaints  of  certain  perfons  who  fought  lo  en- 
grofs  two  hundred  and  feventy-five  thouiand  acres 
of  land  in  Nova  Scotia.     London,  1784. 

—3  Viator's  reply  to  remarks  on  a  late  pamphlet,  entitled, 
"  A  vindication  of  governor  Parr  and  his  council.,, 
London,  1784. 

—4  Viator's  anfwer  to  Doctor  Inglis's  defence  of  his  cha- 
racter, againft  the  charges  contained  in  a  pamphlet, 
entitled,  "  A  reply  to  remarks  on  a  vindication  of 
governor  Parr  and  his  council."     London,  1785. 

— 5  Remarks  on  a  late  publication  in  the  Independent 
Gazetteer;  with  a  fhort  addrefs  to  the  people  of 
Pennfylvania.  By  Jofeph  Reed.  Philadelphia, 
1783.  This,  and  the  three  preceding  pamphlets,  the  gift 
of  Zachariah  Poirffon,  junr, 

*  1 63 1 — I  Letters  from  a  farmer  in  Pennfylvania,  to  the  inhabit- 

ants of  the  Britiih  colonies.  Third  edition.  Phila- 
delphia, 1769. 

— 2  Andrew  Marvell's  fecond  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of 
Philadelphia.     Philadelphia,  1773. 

— 3  An  effay  on  credit  and  the  doctrine  of  banks.  Phila- 
delphia, 1786.  This,  and  the  two  preceding  pamphlets, 
the  gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

—4  Obfervations  on  government;  including  animadver- 
fions  on  Mr.  Adams's  defence  of  the  American 
conftitutions;  and  on  Mr.  De  Lolme's  remarks  on 
the  conftitution  of  England.     New  York,  1787. 

-—5  McConnell's  efTay  on  the  dorneftic  debts  of  the  United 
States  of  America;  with  a  ftatement  of  the  foreign 
debt.     Philadelphia,  1787. 

—6  The  rights  of  Great  Britain  aiTerted,  againft  the 
claims  of  America.  Philadelphia,  1776.  Gift  of 
Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

*  I<533 — l  An  effay  on  the  conftitutional  power  of  Great  Britain 

over  the  colonies  in  America;  with  the  refolves  of 
the  committee  for  the  province  of  Pennfylvania, 
and  their  inftructions  to  their  reprefentatives  in  af- 
fembly.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 2  Four  differtations  on  the  reciprocal  advantages  of  a 
perpetual  union  between  Great  Britain  and  her 
American  colonies.  Written  for  Mr.  Sargeant's 
prize  medal.  Philadelphia,  1766.  This  volume  the 
gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr, 

D  d  174  L. 


*  17657 

*  i766J 


210  General  and  local  Politics,     O&avo. 

1747  Z.  Nicolai  Machiavelli  Princeps  ex  Sylveftri  Tellii  traduc- 
tions    A.  D.  1589. 

*  1758 — 2  An  examination  of  the  conftitution  of  the  United 
States  of  America.  By  an  American  citizen. 
With  a  fpeech  of  James  Wilfon,  Efquire,  on  the 
fame  fubjedt.     Philadelphia,  1788. 

—5  An  enquiry  into  the  principles  on  which  a  commercial 
fyftem  for  the  United  States  of  America  mould  be 
founded;  with  political  obfervations.     Philadelphia, 
1787.       Th'iSy   and  the  preceding  pamphlet ',    the  gift  of 
Zacharlah  Poulfon,  junr. 

— 6  Obfervations  upon  the  prefent  government  of  Pennfyl- 
vania;  in  four  letters.  By  Doctor  Benjamin  Rufh. 
Philadelphia,  1777.     Gift  of  the  author. 

17657  — 1  An  eflay  on  the  conilitutional  power  of  Great  Bri- 
tain over  the  colonies  in  America;  with  the  re- 
folves  of  the  committee  for  the  province  of  Penn* 
fylvania,  and  their  instructions  to  their  reprefenta- 
tives  in  aflembly.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

-f  1768  The  proceedings  and  debates  of  the  general  afTembly  of 
Pennfylvania ;  from  September  4,  1787,  to  October 
4,  1788.  Taken  in  fhort  hand,  by  Thomas  Lloyd. 
4  vols  in  one.     Philadelphia. 

f  1769  The  debates  of  the  convention  of  the  flate  of  Pennfylva- 
nia, on  the  conftitution  propofed  for  the  government 
of  the  United  States;  containing  the  fpeeches  of 
Thomas  McKean  and  James  Wilfon,  Efquires. 
Taken  in  fhort-hand,  by  Thomas  Lloyd.  Vol.  1. 
Philadelphia,  1788. 

*  I773 — 2  Letters  from  a  farmer  in  Pennfylvania,  to  the  inhabit- 
ants of  the  Britifh  colonies.  Second  edition.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1768. 

— 3  The  crifis;  inanfwer  to  the  falfe  alarm.  London,  1770. 

— 5  Andrew  Marvell's  fecond  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of 
Philadelphia.     Philadelphia,  1773. 

— 6  A  narrative  of  the  meafures  purfued  at  the  anniverfary 
election  for  reprefentatives,  in  the  county  of  Bucks, 
October,   1770.     Philadelphia,  1771. 

— 7  The  crifis  extraordinary. 

—9  An  eflay  on  free  trade  and  finance.  By  a  Citizen  of 
Philadelphia.  Numbers  i,  2,  4,  5,  6,  and  7.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1779,  &c. 

-—10 


General  and  local  Politics.     Oclavo.  2 1  j 

— 10  The  information  delivered  to  the  legiflature  of  the  ftate 
of  Maryland,  relative  to  the  proceedings  of  the  gene- 
ral convention,  lately  held  at  Philadelphia.  By 
Luther  Martin,  With  a  letter  to  Thomas  C.  Deye ; 
an  addrefs  to  the  citizens  of  the  United  States ;  and 
fome  remarks  relative  to  a  (landing  army,  and  a  bill 
of  rights.     Philadelphia,  1788. 

*  J 775 — *  Drummer's   defence   of   the  New  England  charters. 

London. 

— 2  An  application  of  fome  political  rules,  to  the  prefent 
ftate  of  Great  Britain,  Ireland  and  America.  In  a 
letter  to  earl  Temple.     London,  1766. 

- — 3  Two  papers  on  the  fubject  of  taxing  the  Britifh  colo- 
nies in  America.     London,  1767. 

— 4  The  proceedings  of  the  congrefs  held  at  New  York,  in 
the  year  1765,  on  the  American  ftamp-act.     1767. 

—5  The  occurrences  in  North  America  and  policy  of  Great 
Britain,  confidered.     London,  1766. 

*  1776 — 1  An  account  of  a  late  conference  on  the  occurrences  in 

America.     London,  1766. 

— 2  Considerations  on  behalf  of  the  colonies.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1765. 

— 3  The  juftice  and  neceftity  of  taxing  the  American  colo- 
nies, demonftrated.     London,  1766. 

—4  The  examination  of  Doctor  Benjamin  Franklin,  before 
the  houfe  of  commons,  relative  to  the  repeal  of  the 
ftamp-act,  in  the  year  1766. 

— 5  The  conduct  of  the  late  admini  fixation  examined,  re" 
lative  to  the  American  ftamp-act;  with  original  do- 
cuments.    Second  edition.     London,  1767. 

*  1777 — 1   The  hiftory  of  the  conduct  of  the  prefent  miniftry, 

with  regard  to  the  American  ftamp-act.      Second 
edition.     London,  1766. 

— 2  Protefts  againft  the  bill  to  repeal  the  American  ftamp- 
act.     Paris,  1766. 

— 3  A  lift  of  the  minority  in  the  houfe  of  commons  who 
voted  againft  the  bill  to  repeal  the  American  ftamp- 
act.     Paris,  1766. 

— 4  Letters  from  a  farmer  of  Pennfylvania,  to  the  inhabi- 
tants of  the  Britifh  colonies.     London,  1768. 

■ — 5  A  petition  from  the  aiTembly  of  MalTachufetts-bay  to 
the  king;  with  feveral  other  papers.     1768. 

DUODECIMO, 


6i2       General  and  local  Politics.     Duodecimo. 


DUODECIMO. 

72  Reflexions  on  the  caufes  of  the  rife  and  fall  of  the  Roman 
empire.  Translated  from  the  French  of  M.  de  Secon- 
dat,  baron  de  Montefquieu.  To  which  is  added, 
the  eloge  of  M.  de  Montefquieu,  by  M»  de  Maupertius. 
Glafgow,  1758. 

94  The  North- Briton j  with  notes.     London,  1764. 

r.     I  The  free  holder;  or  political  efiays.    By  Jofeph  Addifon. 
f      Seventh  edition.     2  vols.     London,  j  746. 

421  CharacterHUcs  of  the  prefent  political  ftate  of  Great  Bri- 
tain.    Second  edition.     London,  1758. 

f  428   See  page  68,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 

509  The  Leviathan  drawn  out  with  a  hook ;  or  animadverfions 
upon  Mr.  Hobbes's  Leviathan.  With  fome  obfervations 
upon  Sir  Walter  Raleigh's  hiftory  of  the  world.  Lon- 
don, 1653. 

571  A  treatife  on  the  focial  compact;  or  the  principles  of  po- 
litic law.     By  J.  J.  Roufieau.     London,  1764. 

5  3  7  Letters  between  John  Wilkes,  the  duke  of  Grafton,  and 
^      f      other  eminent  perfonages.     1769. 

636  The  Letters  of  Junius.  2  vols.     London,  1772. 

669  Defenfe  de  la  nation  Britannique  contre  l'auteur  de  l'avis 

important  aux  refugies.    Londres,  1692. 

670  A  collection  of  tracts;  containing  the  American  whig,  &c. 

on  the  fubject  of  Proteftant  biihops  in  America.   2  vols. 
New  York,  1768. 

#  716— -2  Letters  from  general  Wamington  to  feveral   of  his 

friends,  in  the  year  1776;  with  Jacob  Duche's  letter 
to  him,  and  an  anfwer  to  it,  by  John  Parke.     1778' 

*  717—2  The   rights   of    Great   Britain   averted,    againfl:   the 

claims  of  America.  Seventh  edition.  To  which  is 
added,  a  refutation  of  Doctor  Price's  ftatement  of 
the  national  debt.     London,  1776. 

718 


General  and  local  Politics*     Duodecimo.       213 

718  Eden's  letters  to  the  earl  of  Carlifle,  on  various  political 
fubjects;  with  a  fifth  letter  on  population.  Third  edi- 
tion.    London,  1780. 

*  730 — 3  Strictures  on  the  Philadelphia  Mefchianza;  or  triumph 

upon  leaving  America  unconquered.     Philadelphia, 

1780. 

784  General  Wafliington's  circular  letter.  Philadelphia.  Gift 
of  Robert  Smith,  junr, 

*  794 — 1  A  letter  from  Sir  William  Keith,  governor  of  Penn- 

fylvania,  to  James  Logan,  Efquire.     Philadelphia, 

1725. 

— 3  A  letter  from  a  farmer  to  his  friend.     Philadelphia. 

— 4  A  letter  from  Benjamin  Jones  in  Virginia,  to  John 
Jones  in  Pennfylvania,  relative  to  the  encroachments 
of  the  French  in  Pennfylvania.     1754. 

— 9  An  addrefs  to  the  public.     Philadelphia,  1 768. 

— 10  The  nature  and  estent  of  parliamentary  power,  confi- 
dered.     New  York,  1768. 

*  796 — 1  An  addrefs  to  the  convention  of  Virginia.     Philadel- 

phia, 1776. 

— 2  Thoughts  on  government;  applicable  to  the  prefent 
ftate  of  America.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 3  An  addrefs  from  the  convention  of  New  York,  to 
their  conftituents.     Philadelphia,  1777. 

— 4  Drayton's  fpeech,  before  the  afTembly  of  South  Caro- 
lina, upon  the  articles  of  confederation.  Charlef- 
town,  1778. 

— 5  The  constitution  of  the  ftate  of  New  Ireland,  known 
by  the  name  cf  Nova  Scotia.     Philadelphia. 

~6  Confiderations  on  the  independence,  trade  and  fifneries 
of  New  Ireland,  and  the  adjacent  iflands.  Phila- 
delphia. 

• — 7  A  defence  of  the  right  of  the  New  Hampfhire  grants. 
Drefden,  1779. 

—10  The  proceedings  of  the  town-meeting  in  the  city  of 

Philadelphia.     1779. 

•—1 1  An  addrefs  from  the  legiflature  of  New  York  to  their 
conftituents.     Fifti-kill,  1781. 

?-=-i  2  The  prowefs  of  the  whig  club,  and  the  manceuvres  of 
Legion.     Baltimore,  1777. 

*  797 — 6 


14       General  and  local  Politics.     Duodecimo. 


797- 


* 


803—; 


6  The  middle  line;  or  an  attempt  to  furnifh  fome  hints 
for  ending  the  differences  fubfifting  between  Great 
Eritain  and  the  colonies.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 7  The  fpeech  of  lord  North  in  the  houfe  of  commons, 
on  the  feventeenth  of  February,  1778.     Baltimore. 

— 8  An  addrefs  to  fuch  of  the  Quakers  as  are  defirous  of 
fupporting  the  teftimony  of  their  anceftors.  Phila- 
delphia, 1775. 

*  800 — 2  A  pretty  ftory,  written  in  the  year  2774  of  the  Chrif- 
tian  aera.     By  Peter  Grievous.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

—3  Political  reflections  fubmitted  to  the  confideration  of 
the  Britifh  colonies.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

— -4  Paris  papers;  or  Silas  Deane's  intercepted  letters,  t* 
his  brothers,  and  other  intimate  friends  in  America. 
New  York,  1782. 

2  Remontrances  du  parlement  de  Bordeaux  au  roi. 
1 771, 

-3  DifTertation  fur  les  whigs  et  les  torys  par  M.  de  Rapin 
Thoyras.     A  la  Haye,  17 17. 

-4  Lit  de  juftice  tenu  par  le  roi  a  Verfailles  le  1 3  Avril, 
1771. 

Lettres  (Pun  fermicr  de  Pennfylvanie,  traduites  de  l'An- 
glois.     A  Amiterdam,  1769. 

Recueils  de  reglemens,  edits,  declarations  et  arrets,  ccn- 
cernant  le  commerce,  l'adminiftration  de  la  juftice,  et 
la  police  des  colonies  Francaifes  de  PAmerique  et  les 
Engages.     Avec  le  code  noir.     A  Paris,  1745. 

Adams's  defence  of  the  conftitutions  of  government  of  the 
United  States  of  America.  Volume  1.  Philadelphia, 
1787. 

—3  Thoughts  on  government ;  applicable  to  the  prefent 
flate  of  the  American  colonies.    Philadelphia,  1776. 

—4  A  candid  examination  of  the  addrefs  of  the  minority 
of  the  council  of  cenfors.     Philadelphia,  1784. 

-5  Confiderations  upon  the  teft-law  of  Pennfylvania.  By 
Benjamin  Ruih.  Second  edition.  Philadelphia,  17 85. 
This  volume  the  gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

L.  Nicolai  Machiavelli  difputationum  de  republica  libri 
III.     Ex  Italico  Latini  fa&i.      Francofurti,  1708. 

L.   See  page  72,   (Civil  Hijlory.) 

944  £• 


813 
821 


S54 


*  870- 


891 
t  94° 


General  and  local  Politics.     Duodecimo.       2 1 5 

944  Z.  Thorns  Smlthi  de  republica  Anglorum  libri  tres.   Item 
varii  aliorum  difcurius  politici  de   Regno   Anglise, 
ejufque  adminiftratione  ac  CafparL  Contareni  de  re- 
publica Venetorum  libri  V.     Lugduni  Batavorum, 
1625. 

*  9^5 — 2  An   examination   of  the   conftitution  for  the  United 

States  of  America.  By  an  American  citizen.  With 
a  fpeech  of  James  Wilfon,  Efquire,  on  the  fame 
f abject.  Philadelphia,  1788.  Gift  of  Zacharlah 
Pou/fon,  junr. 

— 3  Confiderations  upon  the  prefent  tefl-law  of  Pennfylva- 
nia.  By  Benjamin  Rufh.  Second  edition.  Phila- 
delphia, 1785.      Gift  of  the  author. 

*  988 — I   Thoughts  on  government;    applicable  to  the  prefent 

ftate  of  America.     Philadelphia,  1771. 

— 2  An  addrefs  to  the  convention  of  Virginia,  recom- 
mending a  particular  form  of  government  to  their 
confideration.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 3  A  pretty  ftory,  written  in  the  year  2774  of  the  Chrif- 
tian  aera.  By  Peter  Grievous.,  Second  edition. 
Philadelphia,  1774. 

■  1  The  middle  line;  or  an  attempt  to  furnifh  fome 
hints  for  ending  the  differences  fubfifting  between 
Great  Britain  and   the  colonies.      Philadelphia, 

177JT- 

— 2  The  examinations  of  Doctor  Marriot,  and  Meffrs. 
Meferes  and  Hey  at  the  bar  of  parliament,  con- 
cerning the  religion  and  laws  of  Quebec.  Phi- 
ladelphia,  1774. 

— 3  Political  reflections  fubmitted  to  the  confideration 
of  the  Britifh  colonies.  By  a  citizen  of  Philadel- 
phia.    Philadelphia,  1774. 

— 4  A  pretty  ftory,  written  in  the  year  2774  of  the 
Chriftian  aera.  By  Peter  Grievous.  Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

*  991 — 2  The   examinations   of  Doctor   Marriot,    and    Meffrs. 

Meferes  and  Hey  at  the  bar  of  parliament,  concern- 
ing the  religion  and  laws  of  Quebec.  Philadel- 
phia, 1774. 

— 5  A  plan  for  conciliating  the  interefts  of  Great  Biitain 
and  America.     London,  1775. 

— 6  A  fummary  view  of  the  rights  of  Britifh  America; 
fet  forth  in  refolutions  intended  for  the  infpecticn  of 
the  convention  of  Virginia.     Willianifburg. 

IOC7 — I 


1 1 6       General  and  local  Politics,     Duodecimo. 

♦  1007 — 1  Thoughts  on  government;    applicable  to  the  prefent 
ftate  of  the  American  colonies.    Philadelphia,  1776, 

— 2  A  ferious  addrefs  to  fuch  of  the  inhabitants  of  Penn- 
fylvania  as  connived  at  the  mafTacre  of  the  indians 
at  Lancafter.     Philadelphia,  1764. 

— 7  The  Quaker  unmafked ;  or  plain  truth.  Philadelphia,. 
1764. 

■ — 8  A  dialogue,  containing  fome  reflections  on  the  late  de- 
claration and  remonftrance  of  the  back  inhabitants 
of  Pennfylvania.     Philadelphia,  1764. 

— -1 2  An  addrefs  to  the  convention  of  Virginia.  By  a  na- 
tive of  that  colony.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

> — 13  A  defence  of  the  right  of  the  New  Hampfhire  grants. 
Drefden,  1779. 

— 14  The  fpeech  of  William  Henry  Drayton,  in  the  general 
alTembly  of  South  Carolina,  upon  the  articles  of 
confederation.     Charleftown,  1778. 

1 010  The  federalift;  a  collection  of  effays  in  favour  of  the  new 
conilitution,  as  agreed  upon  by  the  federal  convention, 
September  17,  1787;  to  which  is  added,  the  new  con- 
stitution.    2  vols.     New  York,  1788. 


VII.  Trade 


Trade  and  Commerce,  Sec.     Folid.  217 


VIL     Trade  and  Commerce,  Treaties  en  Annuities  and 

Infurance* 


FOLIO. 

12  A  NDERSON's  hiftorical  and  chronological  dedu&ien 
JTjL  of  the  origin  of  commerce,  from  the  earlieft  ac- 
counts to  the  prefent  time;  with  an  appendix,  con- 
taining the  modern  politico-commercial  geography 
of  the  feveral  countries  of  Europe.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1764. 

26  An  universal  dictionary  of  trade  and  commerce.  Trans- 
lated from  the  French  of  Monfieur  Savary,  with  large 
additions  and  improvements,  by  Malachy  Poftlethwayt. 
Second  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1757. 

57  Lex  Mercatoria  Rediviva;  or  the  merchant's  directory. 
By  Windham  Beawes.    Second  edition.    London,  176 1. 

153  A  new  dictionary  of  trade  and  commerce.  By  Mr.  Rolt. 
London,  1756. 

f  203  Lex  Mercatoria;   or  the  ancient  law-merchant.     By  Ge- 
rard Malynes.     London,  1656. 

242  The  merchant's  map  of  commerce;  handling  the  univer- 
ial  matter  and  manner  of  trade;  with  the  coins,  weights 
and  meafures  of  all  places  of  traffic*  By  L.  Roberts, 
1637.      Gift  of  Jofepb  Breininall. 

368  Whitworth's  ftate  of  the  trade  of  Great  Britain,  in  its 
imports  and  exports,  progrefllvely  from  the  year  1697; 
alfo  the  trade  to  each  particular  country,  during  the 
above  period.     London,  1776. 

*  413 — S  Nieuwe  projecten,  geinventeert  door  Jan  Van  Schagen, 
Raad  Fifcaal  des  Eilands  Curagao,  althans  zich  be- 
vii:  jende  tot  Amiterdam.     Strekkende  ten  confider- 

.\  ablen  voordeele  van  de  Wefc-Indifche  compagnie. 

QJJ  ARTO, 
E  e 


218  Trade  and  Commerce^  &c.     Quarto. 


25 

t  187 

236 

275 
*  462 
*465 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

An  efTay  on  insurances.  To  which  is  added,  the  famous 
infurance  caufe,  pleaded  before  the  houfe  of  lords.  By- 
Nicholas  Magens.     2  vols.     London,  1755. 

De  Jure  maritimo  et  navali ;  or  a  treatife  of  affairs  mari- 
time and  of  commerce.  By  Charles  Molloy.  Seventh 
edition.     1722. 

The  merchant's  public  counting- houfe.  By  Malachy 
Poftlethwayt.     London,  1 75 1. 

A  treatife  upon  the  trade  from  Great  Britain  to  Africa. 
By  an  African  merchant.     London,  1772. 

— 1 2  The  deed  of  fettlement  of  the  fociety  for  infuring  of 
houfes  in  and  near  Philadelphia. 

— 5  Propofals  for  trade   and  commerce   in  New  Jerfey. 

1717. 


OCTAVO. 


f  37  The  Britifti  cuftoms;  containing  an  hiftorical  and  practical 
account  of  that  revenue,  &c.  with  an  index,  in  which 
all  the  laws  now  in  force,  relating  to  the  cuftoms,  are 
abridged.     By  Henry  Saxby.     London,  1757. 

f  5$  The  law  of  bills  of  exchange,  promiiTory  notes,  bank 
notes  and  infurances;  with  rules  for  computing  the  ex- 
change between  England  and  the  principal  places  of 
trade  in  Europe.  By  T.  Cunningham.  Second  edition. 
London,  1761. 

86  The  negociator's  magazine;  or  an  account  of  the  monies, 
weights  and  meaiures  of  the  principal  places  of  trade  in 
the  world;  the  European  exchanges,  &c.  By  Richard 
Hayes.     Seventh  edition.     London,  1 740. 

\  276  See  page  108,  (Geography  and  Topography.) 

'  316  The  theory  and  practice  -of  commerce  and  maritime  af- 
fairs. Written  originally  in  Spaniih,  by  Don  Jeronymo 
de  Uftariz.  Tranflated  by  John  Kippax.  2  vols. 
London,  1751. 

t  394 


Trade  and  Commerce,  &c.     O&avo.  219 

{■  394  The  act  of  tonnage  and  poundage,  and  rates  of  merchan- 
dize; with  all  the  duties  payable  upon  merchandize 
imported  and  exported.     London,  1 702. 

f  415   See  page  i8r,   (General  and  local  Politics.  J 

447  The  American  negociator;  or  the  various  currencies  of 
the  Britifh  colonies  in  America,  and  in  the  iflands,  re- 
duced to  Englifh  money.  By  John  Wright.  Third 
edition.      1765.      Gift  of  Benjamin  Condy. 

f  536  See  page  44,   (Civil  Hi/lory. J 

f  561  Dietionarium  rufticum,  urbanicum  et  botanicum;  or  a 
dictionary  of  hufbandry,  gardening,  trade,  commerce, 
and  all  forts  of  country  affairs;  with  plates.  Third 
edition.     2  vols.     London,  1726. 

587  Britain's  commercial  intereft  explained  and  improved;  in 
a  feries  of  differtaticms  on  feveral  important  branches 
of  her  trade  and  police.  By  Malachy  Pofllethwayt. 
2  vols.     London,  1757. 

633  The  analyfis  of  trade,  commerce,  coin,  bullion,  banks, 
and  foreign  exchanges.  By  Philip  Cantillon.  London, 
1759. 

f  689  A  complete  view  of  the  Britifh  cufloms;  to  which  is  ad- 
ded, an  index,  comprehending  the  fubftance  of  the 
laws,  now  in  force,  relating  to  the  cuftoms,  &c.  By 
Henry  Crouch.      Fourth  edition.      2  vols.     London, 

1745- 
741  A  treatife  upon  money,  coins  and  exchange,  both  in 
theory  and  practice;  with  forms  of  bills  moftly  in  ufe, 
and  the  cuftom  of  merchants  relating  thereto.  By 
John  Hewitt.  London,  1755.  Gift  of  George  Keith,  of 
London. 

f  749  The  complete  merchant's  clerk;  or  Britiih  and  American 
compting-houie.     By  William  Wefton.    London,  1754. 

815  The  complete  Englifh  tradefman;  directing  him  in  the 
feveral  parts  of  trade.  Third  edition.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1732. 

820  Bifhop  Huet's  hiftory  of  the  commerce  and  navigation  of 
the  ancients.     Tranflated  into  Englifh.     London,  1716. 

*  891 — 2  An  effay  on  the  advantages  and  difadvantages  which 
reflectively  attend  France  and  Great  Britain,  with 
regard  to  trade.     London,  1 749. 

*  1027  See  page  185,  (General  and  local  Politics.) 

*°37 


12157 


2 20  Trade  and  Commerce ,  eVc-     O&avo. 

1037  Obfervations  en  reverfionary  payments  on  fchemes  for 
providing  annuities  for  widows,  &c.  and  on  the  national 
debt.     By  Richard  Price.     Second  edition,  with  a  fup- 

plement.     London,  1772. 

1046  Annuities  on  lives.     By  A.  De  Moivre.     London,  1752. 

*  1106^—4  A  fupplement  to  the  fecond  edition  of  "  Price's  obfer- 
vations on  reverfionary  payments. "    London,  1772. 

Morgan  on  the  doctrine  of  annuities  and  affiirances  on 
lives  and  furvivorfhips.  With  an  effay  on  the  prefent 
ftate  of  population  in  England  and  Wales.  By  Doc- 
tor Price.     London,  1779. 

*  1236 — f — 4  See  page  189,   (General  and  local  Pilitics.) 

*  1 28 1 — 3  Lord  Sheffield's  obfervations  on  the  commerce  of  the 

American  dates  with  Europe  and  the  Weil  Indies. 
Philadelphia,  1783. 

—4  Bingham's  ftrictures  on  "  Lord  Sheffield's  obfervations 
on  the  commerce  of  the  American  ftates."  Phila- 
delphia, 1783. 

f  1360  Seepage  193,  (General  and  local  Politics,) 

*  1465 — 1  Webiter's  effay  on  credit,    in  which  the  doctrine  of 

banks  is  confidered.     Philadelphia,  1786. 

— 4  An  effay  on  money,  as  a  medium  of  commerce;  with 
remarks  on  paper  money.     Philadelphia,  1786. 

J  1507  See  page  100,  (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

And  page  no,   (Geography  and  Topography.) 

*  1590 — 2  Confideraticns  on  lowering  the  value  of  gold  coins  in 

Maffachufetts-bay.     1 7  6 1 . 

— 6  State  of  importations  from  Great  Britain  into  the  port 
of  Bo  ft  on,  from  the  eighth  of  January,  to  the 
twenty- ninth  of  June,   1770.     Bofton. 

*  1 59 1 — 4  Gordon's  plan  of  a  fociety  for  making  provifion  for 

widows,  by  annuities  for  life.     Bofton,  1772. 

1 757  Confiderations  on  the  relative  fituation  of  France  and  the 
United  States  of  America.  Tranflated  from  the  French 
of  Etienne  Claviere,  and  J.  P.  Briifot  de  Warville. 
London,  1788.     Gift  of  J.  P.  Brijfot  de  Warville. 


DUODECIMO. 


Trade  and  Commerce,  &c.     Duodecimo.       £2r 


DUODECIMO. 

140  The  trade  and  navigation  of  Great  Britain  considered. 
By  Jofhua  Gee.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1738. 

183!  A  new  difcourfe  of  trade;    wherein  are  recommended 
&    >      feveral  weighty  points  relating  to  companies  of  mer- 
542  j      chants,  &c.    By  Jofiah  Child.    Fourth  edition.    Lon- 
don. 

190!  The  Britifh  merchant;  being  a  collection  of  papers  relat- 
&    >      ing  to  the  trade  and  commerce  of  Great  Britain  and 

305  J  Ireland.  Published  by  Charles  King,  from  the  origin- 
als of  Sir  Theodore  Janfen,  Mr.  Cooke,  Mr.  Martin, 
Mr.  Milner,  Mr.  Torriano,  Jofhua  Gee,  and  others. 
Second  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1743. 

304  The  complete  Englifh  tradefman;  directing  him  in  the 
feveral  parts  and  progreffions  of  trade.  Fifth  edition. 
2  vols.     London,  1745. 

388  England's  treafure  by  foreign  trade;  or  the  balance  of  our 
foreign  trade  is  the  rule  of  our  treafure.  By  Thomas 
Mun.     Glafgow,  1755. 

616  Money  and  trade  confidered.  By  John  Law.  Glafgow, 
1760. 


VIII.  Law. 


222  Law*     Folic. 


VIII.     Law  a 


FOLIO. 

*  $5     A    ^  E  W  nava^  hiftory.     To  which  is  added,  an  ab-. 
JLjL    ftracl  of  the  laws,   now  in  force,   for  regulating- 
trade  and  commerce.     By  John  Entick.     London,. 

1757- 
54  The  rights,  of  war  and  peace;  wherein  are  explained  the 
law  of  nature  and  nations.     Written  in  Latin,  by  Hu- 
go Grotius,    and   tranflated  into  Engliili.      With  the 
notes  of  Mr.  Barbeyrac.     London,  1738. 

$6  The  flatutes  at  large,  from  Magna  Charta  to  March  7, 
1722;  carefully  examined  by  the  rolls  of  parliament. 
By  John  Keeble.     5  vols.     London,  1695  an^  1724. 

58  Gibfon's  collection  of  the  flatutes,  conftitutions,  canons, 
rubiicks,  and  articles  of  the  church  of  England.  2  vols. 
London,  17 13. 

86  Origo  legum;  or  a  treatife  of  the  origin  of  laws.  By 
George  Dawfon.     London,  1694. 

105  A  new  law  dictionary.  To  which  is  annexed,  a  table  of 
references  to  all  the  arguments  of  lord  chief  juftice 
Kolt.     By  Giles  Jacob.    Sixth  edition.     London,  1750. 

114  The  practical  conveyancer;  containing  rules  for  drawing 
all  forts  of  deeds,  wills,  &c.  By  John  Lilly.  Lon- 
don, 1742. 

122  Precedents  in  conveyancing,  fettled  and  improved  by  Gil- 

bert Horfeman,  and  other  eminent  council.  Second 
edition.     2  vols.     London,  1757. 

123  Civil  law,    in  its   natural   order;    with   the   public  law. 

Written  in  French,  by  Monfieur  Domat,  and  tranflated 
into  Englifh,  by  William  Strahan.  To  which  are  added, 
remarks  on  fome  material  differences  between  the  civil 
law  and  the  law  of  England.  Second  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1738. 

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Law.     Folio. 


223 


159  Britannic  confiitution;  or  the  fundamental  forms  of  go- 
vernment in  Britain;  demonilrating  the  original  contract 
entered  into' by  king  and  people.  By  Roger  Acherly. 
London,  1727. 

186  Inflitutes  of  the  laws  of  England.  By  Thomas  Wood. 
Fifth  edition.     London,  1734. 

1 96  The  acts  of  the  anembly,  palled  in  the  ifland  of  Jamaica, 
from  the  year  1681,  to  1737,  inclufive.    London,  1738. 

f  203   See  page  217,  (Trade  and  Commerce,  Sec.) 

224  The  third  and  fourth  parts  of  the  inftitutes  of  the  laws  of 

England.  By  Sir  Edward  Coke.  Sixth  edtion.  2 
volumes  in  one.     London,  1680  and  1681. 

225  Principles  of  equity.     Edinburgh,  1760. 

230  The    trial  of   John  Peter  Zenger,    printer   of    the  New 

York  Weekly  Journal.      Gift  of  Henry  Pratt. 

231  The  laws   of  the  government  of  Newcaftle,    Kent  and 

Suflex  upon  Delaware.     Philadelphia,  T.752. 

233  The  charters  and  laws  of  Pennfylvania.  2  vols.  Phila- 
delphia, 1742.      Gift  of  the  ajfembly  of  Pennfylvania. 

240  The  twelfth  part  of  the  reports  of  Sir  Edward  Coke. 
London,  1656. 

254  A  complete  collection  of  ftate- trials,   from  the  reign  of 

king  Richard  the  fecond,  to  the  end  of  the  reign  of 
king  George  the  firft.  Second  edition.  3  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1730. 

255  A  new  abridgment  and  critical  review  of  the  {late-trials, 

from  the  reign  of  king  Richard  the  fecond,  to  the  re- 
markable trial  of  captain  rorteous,  in  the  eleventh  year 
of  the  reign  of  king  George  the  fecond.   London,  1738. 

258  Pufendorf  on  the  law  of  nature  and  nations;  with  the 
notes  of  Mr.  Barbeyrac.  To  which  is  prefixed,  Mr. 
Barbeyrac's  hiltorical  and  critical  account  of  the  fcience 
of  morality,  and  the  progreis  it  has  made  in  the  world. 
London,  1729. 

260  A  treatife  of  the  pleas  of  the  crown.     By  William  Haw- 

kins.     Third  edition.     London,  1739. 

261  A  new  inftitute  of  the  imperial  or  crown  law;  with  notes. 

To  which  is  prefixed,  a  treatife  of  the  firft  principles  of 
law  in  general.  By  Thomas  Wood.  Fourth  edition. 
Lolidon,  1730. 

262 


224  Laiv.     Folio. 

262  Sir  Matthew  Hale's  hiftory  of  the  pleas  of  the  crown  j 

with  notes,  by  Sollom  Emlyn.    2  vols.    London,  1736. 

263  An   abridgment  of  the  public   ftatutes,    in  force,   from 

Magna  Charta,  to  the  eleventh  year  of  the  reign  of 
king  George  the  fecond,  inclufive.  By  John  Cay.  2 
vols.     London,  1739. 

264  Reports  of  cafes  adjudged  in  the  court  of  King's  Bench; 

with  fome  fpecial  cafes  in  the  courts  of  Chancery, 
Common  Pleas  and  Exchequer,  from  the  firft  year  of 
William  and  Mary,  to  the  tenth  of  queen  Anne.  By 
William  Salkeld.  Fourth  edition,  with  references,  by 
Knightley  D'Anvers.     London,  1742. 

265  The  common  law  common  placed;   containing  the  fub» 

ftance  and  effects  of  all  the  common  law  cafes.  By 
Giles  Jacob.     Second  edition.     London,  1733. 

266  The  firft  part  of  the  inflitutes  of  the  laws  of  England;  or 

a  commentary  upon  Littleton.  By  Edward  Coke. 
Twelfth  edition.     In  the  Savoy,  1738. 

268  Modern  reports;  or  felect  cafes  adjudged  in  the  courts  of 
King's  Bench,  Chancery,  &c.  fmce  the  reftoration  of 
king  Charles  the  fecond.  Third  edition.  6  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1720. 

279  An  aft  of  affembly,  paiTed  in  the  ifland  of  Antigua,  for 
eftabliihing  courts,  and  for  the  better  adminidration  of 
juilice.     Gift  of  jfobn  Buries 

2S6  The  Great  Charter,  and  Charter  cf  the  Foreft;  with  other 
authentic  inftruments.     To  which  is  prefixed,  an  intro- 
ductory difcourfe,  containing  the  hiftory  of  the  charters. 
v    By  William  Blackftone.     Oxford,  1759. 

287  The  cafe  of  the  duke  of  Hamilton,  againfi;  A.  Douglas, 
Efquire. 

301  Seepage  18,  (Civ'l  Hi/lory.) 

302  A  treatife  of  teftaments  and  lall  wills;   compiled  out  of 

the  laws  ccclefiaftical,  civil  and  canon.  By  Henry 
Swinburne.     Sixth  edition,     London,  1743. 

303  A  report  of  fome  proceedings  en  the  commiffion  of  Oyer 

and  Terminer  and  goal  delivery,  for  the  trial  of  the  re- 
bels, in  the  year  1746,  in  the  county  of  Surry;  and  of 
other  crown  cafes.  To  which  are  added,  difcourfes 
upon  a  few  branches  of  the  crown  law,  By  M.  Folter. 
Oxford,  1762. 

310 


Law.     Folio.  225 

310  The  acts  of  the  afTembly  of  Virginia;  with  a  fupplement. 

Williamfburgh,  1769. 

3 1 1  The  acts  of  the  afTembly  of  Pennfylvania,  from  its  firfl 

fettlement,  to  the  year  1781.  2  vols.  Philadelphia, 
1776  and  1782. 

312  The  ads  of  the  afTembly  of  the  province  of  New  Jerfey, 

from  the  feventeenth  day  of  April,  1702,  to  the  four- 
teenth day  of  January,  1776.  Revifed  by  Samuel  Al- 
linfon.     Burlington,  1776. 

335  Wefkett's  complete  digeft  of  the  theory,  laws  and  practice 
of  infurance.     London,  1781. 

342  Douglas's  reports  of  cafes  in  the  court  of  King's  Bench, 

in  the  nineteenth,  twentieth  and  twenty-firft  years  of 
the  reign  of  George  the  third.     London,  1783. 

343  Blackftone's  reports  of  cafes  in  the  feveral  courts  of  Wcft- 

minfter-hall,  from  the  year  1746,  to  1779;  with  a 
preface,  containing  memoirs  of  the  author's  life.  2 
vols.     London,  1781. 

374  Cunningham's  law  dictionary.     2  vols.     London,  1783. 

397  The  laws  of  the  flate  of  New  York;  commencing  with 
the  firfl:  feffton  of  the  fenate  and  afTembly,  after  the  de- 
claration of  independency,  to  the  year  1782.  Pough- 
keepfie. 

399  The  acts  of  the  afTembly  of  the  Mate  of  Pennfylvania, 

from  November  28,  1776,  to  Apiil  1,  1784. 

400  The  grants,  conceffions  and  original  conftitutions  of  New 

Jerfey;  with  the  acts  pafTed  from  1664,  to  1701.  Phi- 
ladelphia. 

401  A  bill  in  the  Chancery  of  New  Jerfey,  at  the  fait  of  John, 

earl  of  Stair,  and  others,  proprietors  of  the  Eaftern 
divifion  of  New  Jerfey,  againft  Benjamin  Bond  and 
others;  with  maps.     New  York,  1747. 

403  The  laws  of  New  Jerfey,  from  November  10,  1773,  to 
January  9,  1781.     Trenton,  1774  and  1781. 

405  A  collection  of  the  laws  of  Maryland,  from  May  10, 
1692,  to  October  3,  1728.     Anapolis,  1727  and  1728. 

*  412 — 2  An  account  of  the  illegal  profecution  and  trial  of  colo- 
nel Nicholas  Bayard,  of  New  York,  for  high  trea- 
fon,  in  1701-2.     New  York,  1702. 

— 5  Delancy's  charge  to  the  grand  jury  of  New  York. 
'733- 

F  f  —7 


226  Law*     Folio. 

7  A  narrative  cf  the  trial  of  John  Peter  Zenger,  printer 

of  the  New  York  Weekly  Journal;  with  remarks  on 
faid  trial.     Lancafter,  1756. 

— 8  The  charter  of  the  city  of  New  York.     1735. 

— 10  Laws  made  by  the  mayor,  aldermen  and  commonalty 
of  the  city  of  New  York ;  with  the  acts  of  the  gene- 
ral alfembly  relating  to  the  government  of  the  faid 
city.     New  York,  1763. 

*  413 — 1  The  proceedings  of  a  general  court-martial,  July  4, 
1778,  for  the  trial  of  major-general  Lee.  Phila- 
delphia, 1778. 

— 2  The  proceedings  of  a  court-martial,  Auguft  25,  1778, 
for  the  trial  of  major-general  St.  Clair. 

— 3  The  proceedings  of  a  court-martial,  October  1,  1778, 
for  the  trial  of  major-general  Schuyler. 

-—4  The  proceedings  of  a  court-martial,  June  1,  1779, 
for  the  trial  of  major-general  Arnold.  Philadel- 
phia, 1780. 

—5  A  collection  of  charters  and  other  public  acts  relating 
to  Pennfylvania.     Philadelphia,  1 740. 

— 6  An  act  for  the  eftablifhment  of  a  college  or  univerfity 
in  Rhode  Iiland.     Newport,  j  7  64. 

420  The  charters  and  laws  of  the  province  of  Pennfylvania 

and  of  the  city  of  Philadelphia,  from  the  year  1700, 
to  1742.     Philadelphia,  1742.     Gift  of  ZacJmrlah  Poul- 
fon,  junr. 

421  The  acts  of  the  arTembly  of  the  province  of  New  Jerfey, 

from  the  year  1703,  to  1761.  Revifed  by  Samuel  Ne- 
vill.  2  vols.  Woodbridge,  1752  and  1761.  Gift  of 
Zacharlah  Poulfon,  junr. 

*  514 — 6  The  acts  paded  by  the  general  aflembly  of  the  Mate  of 
New  Jerfey,  from  the  twenty-feventh  of  Auguft, 
1776,  to  the  feventeenth  of  March,  1777.  To 
which  is  prefixed  the  conuitution  of  the  laid  (late. 
Darlington,  1777.      Gift  of  J'ofeph  Crukfhank. 

— 7  Minutes  of  the  proceedings  at  a  court-martial,  afTem- 
blcd  for  the  trial  of  admiral  Auguilus  Keppel,  on 
a  charge  exhibited  againit.  him  by  vice-admiral  Sir 
Hugh  Pallifer.     London,  1779. 

— 8  Minutes  of  the  proceedings  at  a  court-martial,  aflem- 
bied  for  the  trial  of  vice-admiral  Sir  Hugh  Pallifer. 
London,  1779.  This,  and  the  preceding  pamphlet,  the 
gift  of  Doclor  Thomas  Parke. 

—9 


Lazu.     Folio.  227 

—9  Proceedings  of  a  court-martial,  July  4,  1778,  for  the 
trial  of  major-general  Lee.     Philadelphia,  1778. 

—  10  Proceedings  of  a  court-martial,  June  I,  1779,  for  the 
trial  of  major-general  Arnold.  Philadelphia,  1780. 
This,  and  the  preceding  pamphlet,  the  gift  of  Zachariah 
Poulfon,  junr. 


QJJARTO. 

41  The  ftatutes  at  large,  from  Magna  Charta,  to  the  end  of 

the  laft  parliament,  1761.    By  Owen  Ruffhead.    8  vols. 
London. 

42  "J  Commentaries  on  the  laws  of  England.     By  William 
&  >      Blackflone.     Third  edition.     4  vols.     London,  1768. 

2 51 J      Oxford,  1770. 

53  A  collection  of  charters,  in  manufcript,  viz.  The  charter 
of  Pennfylvania,  granted  by  king  Charles  the  fecond, 
to  William  Penn,  Efquire;  the  charter  of  William 
Penn  to  the  freemen  of  the  faid  province;  and  the 
charter  for  erecting  Philadelphia  into  a  city,  by  Willi- 
am Penn. 

64  The  four  books  of  Juftinian's  inftitutions.  Tranflated  into 
Englifh,  with  notes,  by  George  Harris.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1761. 

66  Obfervations  upon  the  ftatutes,  from  Magna  Charta,  to 
the  twenty- flrft  year  of  the  reign  of  James  the  firft; 
with  an  appendix,  being  a  propofal  for  new  modelling 
the  ftatutes.     Second  edition.     London,  1766. 

72I  Whitelocke's  notes   upon  the  king's  writ  for  choofing 

&  J-      members  of  parliament;  being  difquifitions  on  the  go- 

S77J      vernment  of  England  by  king,  lords  and  commons. 

Publifhed  by  Charles  Morton.    2  vols.    London,  1766. 

155        "}  A  delineation  of  univerfal  law.     By  Fettiplace  Bel- 
&  >      lers.     London,  1750.     Third  edition.     London, 


*  237- 


"1  A  delme 
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•I  J       1754- 


I.     ~      (A  letter  concerning  the  privileges  of  the  aiTembly  of 
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16s 


228  Law,     Quarto. 

165  The  orphan's  legacy;  or  a  teftamentary  abridgement.  By 
John  Godolphin.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1701. 

f  187   See  page  218,  (Trade  and  Commerce,  Sec.) 

207  A  general  treatife  of  the  dominion  and  laws  of  the  fea. 
By  Alexander  Juftice.     London,  1705. 

224  The  law  of  nations;  or  principles  of  the  law  of  nature, 
applied  to  the  conduct  and  affairs  of  nations  and  fove- 
reigns.  Tranflated  from  the  French  of  M.  De  Vattel. 
2  volumes  in  one.     London,  1760. 

240  The  cafe  of  Archibald  Douglas,  Efquire,  and  his  guar- 

dians, againft  the  duke  of  Hamilton  and  others ;  to  be 
heard  at  the  bar  of  the  houfe  of  lords,  on  the  fixteenth 
of  January,  1769. 

241  Proof  for  Archibald  Douglas,   Efquire,  againft  the  duke 

of  Hamilton  and  others.     January  28,  1766. 

272  An  historical  treatife  of  the  feudal  law  and  the  conftitution 
and  laws  of  England;  with  a  commentary  on  Magna 
Charta.  By  Francis  Stoaghton  Sullivan.  London, 
1722. 

286  Letters  to  lord  Mansfield,  from  Andrew  Stuart,  Efquire. 
London,  1773.      G*ft  °f  7°^n  Crojfe. 
f  306  See  page  177,   (General  and  local  Politics.) 

335  Bever's  hiftory  of  the  legal  polity  of  the  Roman  fenate; 
and  of  the  rife,  progrefs  and  extent  of  the  Roman  laws. 
London,  1781. 

401  Hatfell's  collection  of  cafes  of  the  privileges  of  parlia- 
ment, from  the  earlieft  periods,  to  the  year  1628. 
London,  1776. 

418  The  elements  of  jurifprudence,  treated  of  in-the  prelimi- 
nary part  of  a  courfe  of  lectures  on  the  laws  of  En- 
gland.    London,  1783. 

462—20  The  proceedings  of  the  court  of  vice-admiralty,  in 
Charleftown,  South  Carolina,  in  the  caufe — George 
Roupell  v.  the  ihip  Ann  and  goods.  America, 
1768. 

*  463—9  The  treaties  of  amity  and  commerce  and  of  alliance, 
between  his  moft  Chriftian  majefty  and  the  United 
States  of  America.     Philadelphia,  1778. 

*  464 — 12 


* 


Law,     Quarto.  229 

*  464 — 12  The  conftitution  of  the  ftate  of  Georgia.       Georgia, 

1777. 

— 1 3  An  aft  for  the  better  fettling  of  inteftates'  eftates, 
and  an  aft  for  the  fecuring  the  liberty  of  the  fubjeft. 
Georgia,  1777. 

— 14  The  cafe  of  the  floop  Aftive.     Philadelphia,  1779. 

*  465 — 2  A  narrative  of  the  imprifonment  of  two  Prefbyterian 

minifters.     New  York,  1755. 

— 3  A  charge  given  by  the  chief  juflice  of  New  York  to 
the  grand  jury,  March,  1726-7.     New  York,  1727. 

*  504 — 2  The  rules  and  orders  for  regulating  the  practice  of  the 

Supreme  Court  of  the  ftate  of  Pennfylvania.     Phi- 
ladelphia, 1788.      Gift  of  Zacharlah  PouIfonyfunr. 


OCTAVO. 

26  Lex  Coronatoria;  or  the  office  and  duty  of  coroners.    By 
Edward  Umfreville.     2  vols.     London,  1761. 

34  Britifh  liberties;  or  the  free  born  fubjeft's  inheritance;  con- 
taining the  laws  that  form  the  bads  of  thofe  liberties, 
with  obfervations  thereon.     Second  edition.     London, 
1767. 
•f  37  Seepage  218,   (Trade  and  Commerce,  Sec.  J 

*  47 — 2  The  cafe  of  marriages  between  near  kindred  consider- 
ed, with  refpeft  to  the  doctrine  of  the  Scripture, 
the  law  of  nature,  and  the  laws  of  England.  Lon- 
don, 1756. 

■f  55  See  page  218,   (Trade  and  Commerce,  Szc.J 

70 1  Montefquieu  on  the  fpirit  of  laws.     Tranflated  fiom  the 
&  >      French,  with  corrections  and  additions,  by  the  author. 
73  J      2  vols.     London,  1750.     Second  edition.     London, 
1752. 

77  The  principles  of  natural  law;  in  which  the  true  fyflems 
of  morality  and  civil  government  are  eftablifhed;  and 
the  different  fentiments  of  Grotius,  Hobbes,  Pufen- 
dorf,  Barbeyrac,  Locke,  Clark,  and  Hutchinfon,  oc- 
cafionally  considered.  By  J.  J.  Burlamaqui.  Tranf- 
lated by  Mr.  Nugent.     London,  1748. 

85 


2  ?q  £^ic.     Octavo. 

85  The  principles  of  politic  law;  being  a  fequel  to  the  prin- 
ciples of  natural  law.  By  J.  J.  Burlamaqui.  Trans- 
lated into  Engliih,  by  Mr.  Nugent.     London,  1752. 

96  The  ftudcnt's  law- dictionary;  or  complete  Engliih  law- 
expofitor.     London,  1740. 

122  An  eiTay  on  crimes  and  punifhments.  Tranflated  from 
the  Italian  of  the  marquis  Beccaria;  with  a  commentary, 
attributed  to  Monfieur  De  Voltaire,  tranflated  from  the 
French.     London,  1767. 

135  The  law  of  England  concerning  juries;  with  a  complete 
treatife  of  the  law  of  evidence.  By  Giles  Duncombe. 
London,  1725. 

*  227 — 3  An  account  of  the  trial  of  colonel  John  Lilburne,  at 

Guild-hall.     London,  1649. 

244  A  general  collection  of  treaties  of  peace  and  commerce, 
renunciations,  manifeftoes  and  other  public  papers, 
from  the  year  1642,  to  the  year  1731.  4  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1757. 

*  261 — 6  For  the  colony  in  Virgines  Britannia.    Lavves,  diuine, 

morall  and  martiall.     London,  161 2. 

303  Inftitutes  of  natural  law;  being  the  fubftance  of  a  courfe 
of  lectures  on  Grotius  de  jure  Belli  et  Pacis.  By  T. 
Rutherford.     2  vols,     Cambridge,  1754. 

321  Lex  parliarnentana;  or  a  treatife  of  the  law  and  cuftoms 
of  parliaments.     Second  edition.     London. 

372  The  hiRory  of  the  high  court  of  parliament,  and  of  court 
baron  and  court  leet.     2  vols.     London,  1731. 

380  Select  trials  for  murders,  robberies,  and  other  offences, 
at  the  feffions  in  the  Old  Bailey;  with  accounts  of  the 
lives  and  confeffions  of  the  moil:  eminent  convicts,  from 
the  year  1720  to  1732.     2  vols.     London,  1734* 

390  Engliih  liberties;  or  the  free-born  fubject's  inheritance. 
Compiled  by  Henry  Care.  Fourth  edition.  London, 
1719. 

■f  394  See  page  219,   (Trade  and  Commerce,  8cc.) 

395  The  trial  of  Doctor  Henry  Sacheverell,  before  the  houfe 
of  peers,  upon  an  impeachment  by  the  houfe  of  com- 
mons.    London,  1 7 10.      Gift  of  John  Smith. 

*  443 — 3  A  letter  concerning  libels,  warrants,  and  the  feizure 

of  papers.     Sixth  edition.     London,  1766. 

4*1 


Law.     Octavo.  231 

451  The  ftatute-law  common- placed;  or  a  general  table  of 
the  ftatutes,  from  Magna  Charta,  to  the  reign  of  king- 
George  the  fecond.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1739. 

*  468—4  An  inquiry  into  the  nature  and  effect  of  the  writ  of 

Habeas  Corpus.     Second  edition.     London,  1758. 

548  Extracts  from  fuch  laws  as  particularly  relate  to  the  good 
order  of  this  metropolis;  with  an  account  of  the  felonies 
made  fo  by  ftatute ;  and  a  treatife  on  the  office  of  con- 
ftable.     By  Sir  John  Fielding.     London,  1762. 

570  The  fource,  ftrength  and  true  fpirit  of  laws;  in  which  the 
errors  of  Mr.  de  Montefquieu,  and  fome  other  writers, 
are  coniidered;  with  e  flays  on  the  natural  origin  of  po- 
litical governments!     By  count  De  Cataneo.     London, 

1753- 

615   Historical  law-tracts.     Second  edition.    Edinburgh,  1 761. 

627  A  methodical  fyftem  of  univerfal  law;  or  the  laws  of  na- 
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827  The  laws,  ordinances  and  mftitutions  of  the  admiralty  of 
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A  brief  difquifition  of  the  law  of  nature,  according  to 
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769  Thoughts  on  executive  juftice,  with  refpect  to  our  crimi- 
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858  The  young  gauger's  inftructor;  being  an  eafy  introduction 
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* 


QJJ  ARTO. 

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176  A  new  fyftem  of  arithmetic,  theoretical  and  practical. 
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262 — 2  A  difcourfe  concerning  the  refidual  analyfis;  a  new 
branch  of  the  algebraic  art.  By  John  Landen. 
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283  Italian  book-keeping,  reduced  into  an  art;  being  a  new 
and  complete  fyftem  of  accompts.  By  James  Weir. 
Second  edition.  To  which  is  added,  a  fynopfis  of  com- 
merce; or  a  comparifon  of  coins.     London. 

f  383  See  page  238,  (Geometry.) 


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H  h 


242  Arithmetic  and  Algebra.     Octavo, 


OCTAVO. 

33  An  introduction  to  the  doctrine  of  fluxions.  By  John  Rowe. 
Second  edition.     London,  1757. 

296  A  plain  method  for  attaining  the  knowledge  and  practice 
of  common  arithmetic.  By  Edmund  Wingate.  Nine- 
teenth edition,  with  additions  and  emendations,  by 
James  Dodfon.     London,  1760. 

f  297  See  page  239,  (Geometry,) 

307  Anew  introduction  to  the  mathematics;  being  effays  on 
vulgar  and  decimal  arithmetic.  By  Benjamin  Donn. 
London,  1758. 

510  Arithmetic,  both  in  theory  and  practice.  By  John  Hill. 
With  a  preface,  by  Henry  Dutton.  Sixth  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1736. 

526  The  elements  of  algebra,  in  a  new  and  eafy  method; 
with  an  eafy  introduction,  containing  an  account  of  this 
fcience.     By  Nathaniel  Hammond.     London,  1742. 

629  Johannis  Collins  et  aliorum  commercium  epiflolicum  de 
analyfi  promota.  Londini,  1722.  Gift  of  Doftor  Benja- 
min Franklin. 

748  Book-keeping  methodized;  or  a  methodical  treatife  of 
merchant- accounts,  according  to  the  Italian  form.  By 
John  Mair.     Dublin,  1750. 

\  749  See  page  219,  (Trade  and  Commerce,  8cc.J 

*  795 — l  Smith's  compendious  divifion;  containing  a  variety  cf 
contractions  of  divifion,  both  whole  numbers  and 
decimals.     London,  1751. 

844  The  method  of  fluxions;  with  a  demcnftration  of  Mr. 
Cotes's  forms  of  fluents ;  and  an  explanation  of  the  prin- 
cipal propofitions  of  Sir  Ifaac  Newton's  philofophy.  By 
Nicholas  Saunderfon.     London,  1756. 

962  Newton's  univerfal  arithmetic;  or  a  treatife  of  arithmeti- 
cal compofition  and  refolution;  with  Doctor  Hailey's 
method  of  finding  the  roots  of  equations  arithmetically. 
Tranflated  by  Mr.  Ralphfon,  and  corrected  by  Mr. 
Cunn.     Second  edition.     London,  1728. 

ic8i 


Arithmetic  and  Algebra.     Octavo.  243 

1 08 1  A  treatife  of  algebra;  with  an  appendix,  concerning  the 
general  properties  of  geometrical  lines.  By  Colin  Ma- 
claurin.     Third  edition.     London,  177 1. 

1088  The  doctrine  of  fluxions;  with  plates.    By  William  Emer- 

fon.     Third  edition.     London,  1768. 

1089  The  doctrine  and  application  of  fluxions.     By  Thomas 

Simpfon.     2  vols.     London,  1750. 

1664  L,  Syncpfis  algebraica,  opus  pofthumum  Johannis  Alex- 
ander.    Londini,  1693. 

1706  L.  Ditton's  inftitution  of  fluxions;  containing  the  firft 
principles  of  that  admirable  method.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1726. 

1803  A  new  and  complete  fyftem  of  arithmetic;  compofed  for 
the  ufe  of  the  citizens  of  the  United  States.  By  Nico- 
las Pike.     Newbery-Port,  1788. 


DUODECIMO. 

160  A  fyflem  of  arithmetic,  accommodated  to  the  various 
occafions  of  bufmefs.  By  Solomon  Lowe.  London, 
1749. 

349  The  young  algebraifPs  companion;  or  a  new  and  eafy 
guide  to  algebra;  with  an  appendix  on  the  rudiments 
of  quadratic  equations.  By  Daniel  Fenning.  Third 
edition.     London,  1759. 

368  The  young  ftudent's  memorial-book;  or  pocket  library; 
containing  the  rudiments  of  logarithms,  decimals,  and 
algebra.     By  Benjamin  Martin.     London,  1736. 

381  Arithmetic  in  the  plaineft  and  moft  concife  methods  hi- 
therto extant.  By  George  Fifher.  Seventh  edition. 
London,  1748. 

f  414  See  page  240,  (Geometry.) 

415  The  fchoolmafter's  afliftant;  being  a  compendium  of  arith- 
metic, both  practical  and  theoretical.  By  Thomas 
Dilworth.     Dublin,  1745. 


XII.     Mechanics, 


244  Mechanics.     Folio. 


XII.     Mechanics. 


FOLIO. 

1 74  rn  H  E  conftru&ion  and  ufes  of  mathematical  inftru- 
X  ments.  Tranflated  from  the  French  of  M.  Bion. 
To  which  are  added,  the  conftruction  and  ufes  of 
fuch  mftruments  as  are  omitted  by  M.  Bion.  By 
Edmund  Stone.  With  plates.  Second  edition. 
London,  1758. 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

547  The  principles  of   Mr.   Harrifon's   time-keeper;    with 
f     plates.     London,  1767. 

82  Elements  of  clock  and  watch  work;  adapted  to  practice; 
with  plates.    By  Alexander  Cumming.    London,  1766. 

169  Emerfon's  principles  of  mechanics;  demonftrating  the 
general  laws  of  motion.  Second  edition.  London, 
1758. 

f  245  Architecture  hydraulique,  ou  Part  de  conduire,  d'elever 
et  de  menager  les  eaux  par  M.  Belidor.  V.  toms. 
A  Paris,  1737. 

*  262 — 1  Clark's  eafy  introduction  to  the  theory  and  practice  of 
mechanics.     London,  1764. 

f  545  L.  Joh.  Alphonfus  Borellus  de  motu  animalium.     Lug- 
duni  Batavorum,  1695. 


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Mechanics.     O&avo.  245 


OCTAVO. 

491  The  principles  of  mechanics;  explaining  the  general  laws 
of  motion,  the  laws  of  gravity,  &c.  By  William 
Emerfon.     London,  1754. 


DUODECIMO. 


XIII.     Aftronomy,  Aftrology  and  Chronology. 


FOLIO. 

6  r  I  ^  H  E  chronology  and  hiftory  of  the  world;  from  the 
JL     creation  to  the  year  of  Chrift,  1753.    By  John  Blair. 
London,  1754. 

38  Hiftoria  Cceleftis  Britannica  obfervante  Joanne  Flamfteedio, 
ab  anno  1675,  a<*  annum  1689.  II.  tomi.  Londini, 
1789. 

348  Playfair's  fyftem  of  chronology,  from  the  creation  to  the 
year  1784;  with  plates.     Edinburgh,  1784. 

f  378   See  page  106,  (Geography  and  Topography. J 

458  L.  Jofphi  Scaligeri  emendatio  temporum,  addita  Vetera 
Graecorum  fragmenta  felecta.  Colonise  Allobro- 
gum,   1629. 

QJJ  A  R  T  O. 


1 


46  Aftronomy,  Aftrology  and  Chronology.     Quarto. 


QJJ  A  R  T  Q. 

5  Aftronomical  tables;    with  precepts,  both  in  Englifh  and 

Latin,  for  computing  the  places  of  the  fun,  moon,  pla- 
nets, and  comets.  By  Edmund  Halley.  London, 
1752. 

6  Clavis  cceleftis;  being  the  explication  of  a  diagram,  enti- 

tled, "  A  fynopfis  of  the  univerfe;  or  the  vifible  world 
epitomized."     By  Thomas  Wright.     London,  1 742. 

26")  Aftronomy  explained  upon  Sir  Ifaac  Newton's  principles, 

&  t      and  made  eafy  to  thofe  who  have  not  ftudied  mathe- 

2233      matics;    with  plates.     By  James  Fergufon.     Second 

edition.      London,  1757.      Third  edition.      London, 

1764. 

68  A  complete  fyftem  of  agronomical  chronology.       By 
John  Kennedy.     London,  1762. 

173  The  chronology  of  ancient  kingdoms  amended;  to  which 
is  prefixed,  a  fhort  chronicle  from  the  firft  memory  of 
things  in  Europe,  to  the  conqueft  of  Perfia,  by  Alex- 
ander the  Great.  By  Sir  Ifaac  Newton.  London, 
1728. 

*  512 — 1 1  Rittenhoufe's  oration  before  the  American  Philofophi- 

&  >      cal  Society,    February  24,    1775.      Philadelphia, 

*  463— 2  J       1775- 

*  462 — 8  Dunn's  determination  of  the  exact  time  when  Venus 

was  at  external  and  internal  contact  with  the  fun's 
limb,  in  the  tranfits  of  June  16,  1761,  and  June  3, 
1769.     London,  1770. 


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Aftronomy^  Afirology  and  Chronology.     O&avo.  247 


OCTAVO. 

f  57  The  nautical  almanac  and  aftronomical  ephemeris,  for  the 
years  1767,  1768,  1770,  1771,  1773,  1774,  and  1775. 
5  vols.     London. 

99  Mefure  d'un  degre  du  meredien.     Par  le  Mefure  de  M. 
Picart,  &c.     Paris,  1740. 

327~)  J°hn  Keil's  introduction  to  natural  philofophy;  or  philo- 
432  (      fophical  lectures,    read  in  the  univerfity  of   Oxford. 
&    f      To  which  is  added,   the  demonftrations  of  Monfieur 
670J      Huygens's  theorems,  concerning  the  centrifugal  force 
and  circular  motion.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1758. 
Second  edition.    London,  1730.    Third  edition.    Lon- 
don, 1733. 

397  The  elements  of  aftronomy,  phyfical  and  geometrical. 
By  David  Gregory.  To  which  is  annexed,  Doctor 
Halley's  fynopfis  of  the  aftronomy  of  comets.  2  vols. 
London,  17 15. 

I-499) 

&    >  See  page  123,  (Theology.) 

t  736J 

500  The  hiftory  of  the  heavens,  confidered  according  to  the 
notions  of  the  poets  and  philofophers,  and  compared 
with  the  doctrines  of  Mofes.  Tranflated  from  the 
French  of  the  abbe  Pluche.  By  J.  B.  De  Freval.  2 
vols.     London,  1740. 

*  795 — 3  Fergufon's  di/Tertation  upon  the  phenomena  of  the 
Harveft-moon;  alfo,  the  defcription  and  ufe  of  a 
new  four- wheeled  orrery;  and  an  effay  upon  the 
moon's  turning  round  her  axis;  with  plates.  Lon- 
don, 1747. 

916  Coftard's  letter  concerning  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  aftro- 
nomy amongft  the  ancients.     London,  1746. 

974  An  eafy  introduction  to  aftronomy;  with  plates.  By 
James  Fergufon.     Second  edition.     London,  1769. 

979  The  elements  of  aftronomy,  deduced  from  obfervations, 
and  demonitrated  upon  the  principles  of  the  Newtonian 
philofophy.  Tranflated  from  the  French  of  Mr.  De 
la  Caille.     By  John  Robertfon.     London,  1750. 

1 1 66  Whifton's  aftronomical  lectures;  with  a  collection  of  aftro- 
nomical tables.    London,  17 15.    Gift  of  John  Hejjernan. 

1420 


248  Aftronomy,  Ajlrology  and  Chronology.     Octavo. 

1420  Bonnycaftle's    introduction    to   aftronomy;    with    plates. 
London,  1786. 

*  l59l — 7  Weft's  account  of  the  obfervation  of  Venus  upon  the 
fun,  June  3,  1769.     Providence,  1769. 

— 8  Oliver's  effay  on  comets.    Salem,  New  England,  1772. 

1660  L.~\  Inftitutio  aftronomica  juxta  hypothefes  tarn  veterum 
&  >      quam  Copernici  et  Tychonis  dictata  a  Petro  Gaf- 

1661  L.j      ceudo  ejufdem  oratio  inauguralis.     Londini,  1653 

et  1674. 

1673  L.  Introductio  ad  verum  aftronomiam  et  lectiones  aflro- 
nomicae.     Authore  Johanne  Keill.     Oxonias,  1 7 1 8. 


DUODECIMO. 

45  A  difcourfe  concerning  time;  with  the  application  of  the 
natural  day,  &c.  for  the  better  underftanding  of  the 
Julian  year  and  calendar.  By  William  Holder.  Lon- 
don, 1694. 

98  The  celeftial  worlds  difcovered;  or  conjectures  concerning 
the  inhabitants,  plants  and  productions  of  the  worlds 
in  the  planets.  Written  in  Latin,  by  Chriftianus  Huy- 
gens.     Second  edition.     London,  1722. 

399  Aftronomical  dialogues,  between  a  gentleman  and  a  lady. 
By  John  Harris.  Third  edition,  corrected  by  George 
Gordon.     London,  1745. 

708  Trufler's  chronology;  or  the  hiftorian's  vade-mecum. 
Tenth  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1782. 

837  Parker's  aftrology  made  eafy.  Tenth  edition.  London, 
1704. 


XIV.  Optics, 


i! 


Optics,  Pneumatics,  Hydrqftatics,  Sec.     Folio.   249 


XIV.     Optics,  Pneumatics,  Hydrq/latics,  Hydraulics. 

Phonics,  and  Gnomonics. 


FOLIO. 

j     98      A    TREATISE  on  dialling.     By  William  Leybourn. 
jLX     London,  1682. 

t  H77 

&    >  See  page  73,  (Natural  Hijlory.) 

t  338J 
481   L.  Andreas  Tacquet  optica  tribus  libris  expofita.      (This 
appears  to  be  a  fecond  volume,  but  has  no  title  page.) 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

83  A  complete  fyftem  of  optics;  containing  a  popular,  a 
mathematical,  a  mechanical,  and  a  philofophical  trea- 
tife ;  with  remarks  upon  the  whole.  By  Robert  Smith. 
2  vols.     Cambridge,  1738. 

X03  An  introduction  to  a  general  fyftem  of  hydroftatics  and 
hydraulics,  philofophical  and  practical;  wherein  the 
mod  advantageous  methods  of  railing  and  conducting 
water,  are  laid  down.  By  Stephen  Switzer.  2  volumes 
in  one.     London,  1729. 

152  Optics;  or  a  treatife  of  the  reflections,  refractions,  inflex- 
ions, and  colours  of  light;  proving  its  properties  from 
reafon  and  experiment;  with  two  treatifes  of  the  fpecies 
and  magnitude  of  curvilinear  figures.  By  Sir  Xfaac 
Newton.     London,  1704. 

f  245   See  page  244,  (Mechanics.) 

256  The  hiftory  and  prefent  ftate  of  difcoveries  relating  to 
vifion,  light  and  colours.  By  Jofeph  Prieftley,  Lon- 
don, 1772. 

OCTAVO, 

I  I 


1$o  Optics,  Pneumatics,  Hydroftatics,  &c.     O&avo. 


OCTAVO. 

106  A  new  and  compendious  fyftem  of  optics;  with  plates. 
By  Benjamin  Martin.     London,  1740. 

225  Optics;  or  a  treatife  of  the  reflections,  refractions,  inflec- 
tions and  colours  of  light.  By  Sir  Ifaac  Newton. 
Fourth  edition.     London,  1730. 

757  A  defcription  of  ventilators;  whereby  frefli  air  may  with 
eafe  be  conveyed  into  mines,  goals,  hofpitals,  work- 
houfes,  and  fhips.    By  Stephen  Hales.    London,  1743. 

*  795—5  Ayfcough's  account  of  the  eye  and  nature  of  vifion; 
defigned  to  illuftrate  the  ufe  of  fpe&acles,  &c.  Lon- 
don, 1752. 

808  Phyfico-mechanical  experiments,  on  various  fubj efts;  with 
explanations  of  all  the  machines  engraved  on  copper. 
By  F.  Hawkfbee.     Second  edition.     London,  17 19. 

952  Dialling  univerfal;  fhewing  how  to  defcribe  the  hour-lines 
upon  all  forts  of  plains  in  any  latitude.  By  George 
Serle.     London,  1664. 

*  1320—3  The  ufe  of  the  hydroftatic  balance  made  eafy,  and 
applied  particularly  to  the  purpofe  of  detecting 
counterfeit  gold  coin.      By  Mr.  Becket.      Briftol, 

'775- 
1362  Young's  enquiry  into  the  principal  phoenomena  of  founds 
and  mufical  firings.     London,  1784. 


DUODECIMO. 


XV.  Navigation 


Navigation  and  Naval  Architecture.    Folio.     251 


XV.     Navigation  and  Naval  Architecture. 


FOLIO. 

184   "ORITAIN's  glory;  or  mip-building  unveiled;  being 
X)  a  general  director  for  building  the  faid  machines; 
with  plates.     By  William  Sutherland.     Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1729. 


QJU  A  R  T  O. 

24  A  treatife  on  fhip-building  and  navigation;  with  tables  of 
the  fun's  declination,  &c.  By  Mungo  Murray.  To 
which  is  added,  an  Engliih  abridgment  of  Duhamel's 
treatife  on  naval  architecture;   with  plates.     London, 

1.754- 

*  159 — 2  A  defcription  of  a  new  inftrument,  invented  by  Caleb 

Smith,  for  taking  altitudes  of  the  fun,  moon  and 
ftars  at  fea.     London. 

171  The  whole  art  of  navigation ;  with  the  moft  ufeful  tables. 
By  Daniel  Newhoufe.    Fourth  edition.    London,  1 7 1 8. 

*  239 — 2  Murray's  fupplement  to  the  treatife  on  fhip-building; 

containing  extracts  tranflated  from  M.  Bouger's 
"  Traite  du  Navire;"  with  M.  Duhamel's  method 
of  finding  the  centre  of  gravity,  &c.  London, 
1765. 

250  An  univerfal  dictionary  of  the  marine ;  or  an  explanation 
of  the  technical  terms  and  phrafes  ufed  in  the  conftruc- 
tion  and  operations  of  a  fhip;  with  original  deflgns  of 
fhipping.  By  William  Falconer.  Second  edition. 
London,  1771. 

260 


252     Navigation and  Naval  Architecture,     Quarto. 

260  New  and  correal  tables  of  the  motions  of  the  fun  and 
•   moon.      By  Tobias  Mayer.      To  which  is  added,   the 
method  of  finding  the  longitude;  improved  by  the  fame 
author.     London,  1770. 

409  De  la  Croix  on  the  mechanifm  of  the  motions  of  float- 
ing bodies.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  admiral 
Knowles.     London,  1775. 

*  562 — 5  The  ready  obfervator;  or  an  infallible  method  for  de- 
termining the  latitude  at  fea,  by  altitudes  of  the 
fun.     By  N.  D.  Falck,     London,  1 77 1. 


OCTAVO. 

t  57   See  page  247,   (Aflronomy^  AJlrohgy  and  Chronology.) 

343  James  Atkinfon's  epitome  of  the  art  of  navigation;  or  an 
eafy  and  methodical  way  to  become  a  complete  naviga- 
tor. Revifed  and  corrected,  by  William  Mountaine. 
London,  1749. 

661  "J  The  theory  of  the  working  of  mips,  applied  to  practice, 
&    >      Tranflated  from  the  French  of   Monfieur  Pitot,   by 
744  J      Edmund  Stone.     London,  1743. 

753  A  complete  treatife  of  practical  navigation;  with  ufeful 
theorems  of  menfuration,  furveying  and  gauging.  By 
Archibald  Patoun.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1 75 1. 

1068  The  elements  of  navigation;  containing  the  theory  2nd 
practice,  with  neceffary  tables.  To  which  are  added, 
additions  and  compendiums,  for-  finding  the  latitude 
and  longitude  at  fea.  By  J.  Robertfon.  Third  edition. 
2  vols.     London,  1772. 

1 150 — 2  Gilmore's  improvement  of  navigation,   by  two  new 
invented  engines.     London,  1722. 

I355  Nicholfon's  navigator's  affiftant;  containing  the  theory 
and  practice  of  navigation,  with  all  the  tables  requifite 
for  determining  a  fhip's  place  at  fea.     London,  1784. 

13^3  Gordon's  principles  of  naval  architecture;  and  propolals 
for  improving  the  forms  of  lhips;  with  plates.  Lon- 
don, 1784. 

*  1632—7  The  nature  and  ufe  of  Kadley's  quadrant;  with  a 
preface,  containing  the  theory  on  which  that  inftru- 
ment  is  founded.      Gift  of  Zacharlah  Pou/fon,  junr, 

XVI.  Civil 


* 


Civil  Architecture.     Folio.  253 


XVL     Civil  Architecture. 


FOLIO. 

ULES  for  drawing  the  feveral  parts  of  architecture. 
t\.    By  James  Gibbs.     Third  edition.     London,  1753. 

4  Vitruvius  Britannicus;  or  the  Britifh  architect;  containing 
the  plans,  elevations  and  fe&ions  of  the  regular  build- 
ings in  Great  Britain;  with  plates.  By  Colin  Camp- 
bell.    2  volumes  in  one. 

7  Ancient  mafonry;  both  in  theory  and  practice;  domcn- 
ftrating  the  ufeful  rules  of  arithmetic,  geometry  and 
architecture;  with  plates.  By  B.  Langley.  2  vols. 
London,  1736. 

9  Defigns  for  buildings,  both  public  and  private;  with 
plates.     By  James  Leoni.     London,  1726. 

28  A  complete  body  of  architecture;  with  plans  and  eleva- 
tions from  original  defigns ;  interfperfed  with  fome  de- 
figns of  Inigo  Jones.     By  lfaac  Ware.    London,  1756. 

30 T  A  collection  of  defigns  in  architecture;  with  defigns  of 
&  >      ftone  and  timber  bridges;   and  fcreens  and  pavilions. 
2 76 J      By  Abraham  Swan.      2  vols.      London,    1757   and 
1 767.      N0,  276  the  gift  of  David  Evans. 

41  Andrea  Palladio's  architecture ;  with  obfervations  that  are 
moft  necelfary  in  building  houfes,  ftreets,  bridges,  piaz- 
zas, and  temples.     By  lfaac  Ware.     London,  1738. 

68  A  treatife  of  the  five  orders  of  columns  in  architecture. 
By  Claude  Perrault.  To  which  is  added,  a  difcourfe 
concerning  pilafters.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  by 
John  James.     London,  1 708. 

136  The  villas  of  the  ancients;  with  plates.     By  Robert  Caf- 
tell.     London,  1728. 

293  The  Britifh  architect;   or  builder's  treafury  of  flair-cafes; 
with  plates.     By  Abraham  Swan.     London. 

296  James  Gibbs's  book  of  architecture;  containing  defigns  of 
buildings  and  ornaments.  Second  edition.  London,  1739. 

504  Works   in   architecture;    with   plates.      By   R.obert   and 
James  Adam.     London,  1773. 

QJJ  A  R  T  O. 


254  Civil  ArchiteElure.     Folio. 


QJJ  ARTO. 

1 06  The  London  art  of  building;  with  the  builder's  dictionary. 
By  William  Salmon.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1752. 

150  The  Britifh  carpenter;  or  a  treatife  on  carpentry;  contain- 
ing the  moft  concife  rules  of  that  art.  By  Francis 
Price.     Second  edition.     London,  1735. 


OCTAVO. 

94  The  builder's  dictionary;   or  gentleman's  and  architect's 
companion;  with  plates.     2  vols.     London,  1734. 

399  Fires  improved;  or  a  new  method  of  building  chimnies. 
Tranflated  from  the  French  of  Monfieur  Gauger,  by 
J.  T.  Defaguliers.  Second  edition,  with  an  appendix, 
containing  feveral  farther  improvements.  London, 
1736.      Gift  of  Mr.  Grace. 

*  468 — 1   D'Efpie's  manner  of  fecuring  all  forts  of  buildings 

from  fire;  with  plates.     London. 

620  Ufeful  architecture,  in  defigns  for  erecting  parfonage- 
houfes,  farm-houfes  and  inns.  By  William  Halfpenny. 
London,  1752. 

839  City,  country-purchafers  and  builder's  dictionary;  or  the 
complete  builder's  guide.  By  Richard  Neves.  Third 
edition.     London,  1736. 

*  1467 — 3  Oikidia;  or  nutfhells;  being  ichnographic  diftributions 

for  fmall  villas ;  chiefly  upon  ceconomical  principles; 
with  plates.     London,  1785. 


DUODECIMO. 

706  A  treatife  on  chimnies;  containing  directions  for  prevent- 
ing or  removing  fmoke  in  houfes;  with  plates.  Edin- 
burgh, 1776. 

XVII.  The 


The  Military  Art.     Quarto.  255 


XVII.     The  Military  Art. 


FOLIO. 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

14      A     TREATISE  upon  a  branch  of  art  military.     By 
XJL    a  gentleman  who  refided  fome  time  in  England. 
London,  1756. 

$-120  See  page  23,  (Civil  Hiflory.) 

*  462 — 14  An  act  for  regulating  the  militia  of  New  Jerfey. 

1777. 

*  504 — 1   Baron  Steuben's  letter  on  the  fubject  of  an  eftabliflied 

militia,    and  military  arrangements.      New  York, 
1784.      Gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon^  junr. 


OCTAVO. 

8  Manningham's  complete  treatife  of  mines;  extracted  from 
"  Les  memoires  d'artillerie ;"  with  an  introductory  dif- 
fertation  of  the  force  and  phyfical  effects  of  gunpowder. 
With  plates.     London,  1752. 

1 3 1  An  elfay  on  fortification ;  or  an  enquiry  into  the  caufes  of 
the  fuperiority  of  attack  over  defence.  By  Charles 
Vallancey.  With  a  fupplement,  containing  marinal 
Saxe's  new  fyftem  of  fortification.     Dublin,  1757. 

488  A  treatife  of  military  difcipline.  By  Humphrey  Bland. 
Fourth  edition.     London,  1740. 

53° 


it 


3 


6  The  Military  Art.     O&avo. 


5 co  The  cadet;  a  military  treatife.     By  an  officer.     London, 
1756. 

738  A  treatife  containing  the  practical  part  of  fortification. 
By  John  Muller.     London,  1758. 

*  ^qS — 5  A  treatife   concerning  the  militia.      Second  edition. 

London,  1753'*. 

1125  Count  Saxe*s  reveries;  or  memoirs  concerning  the  art  of 
war,  &c.  with  plates.  To  which  is  added,  an  account 
of  the  author's  life.     Edinburgh,  1759. 

1 130  Muller  on  the  attack  and  defence  of  fortified  places;  with 
plates.     London,  1747. 

1 1 33  Simes's  military  guide  for  young  officers ;  with  plates.  2 
vols.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

1 140  Clairac's  field  engineer;    with  plates.      Tranflated  from 

the  French,  by  Lewis  Nicola.  To  which  is  added,  a 
treatife  on  fea  batteries,  &c.  by  the  tranilator.  Phila- 
delphia, 1776. 

1 14 1  A  new  fyftem  of  military  difcipline;  founded  upon  prin- 

ciple.    Philadelphia,  1776. 

1168")  Muller's  treatife  of  artillery,  Sec.  with  plates.     Philadel- 
&     I      phia,  1779.     N°-  1168  the  gift  of  Samuel  Mifflin.     N°* 
1 1 69  J       1 1 69  the  gift  of  Charles  Cijl. 

1 25 1 1  Regulations  for  the  order  and  difcipline  of  the  troops  of 
&     >      the  United  States  of  America;    with  plates.      Phila- 
1552  J      delphia,  1779. 

*  1586 1   An  aft  for  regulating  the  militia  of  the  colony  of  New 

York.     1758. 

— 2  Rules  for  eftablifhing  precedence  amongft  the  Pennfyl- 
vania  auociators.     1 775. 

— 3  Articles  for  the  better  government  of  the  troops  of  the 
twelve  United  Colonies  of  North  America.  Phila- 
delphia, 1775. 

— 5  An  acl  to  regulate  the  militia  of  Pennfylvania.  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1777. 

— 6  A  fupplement  to  the  "  Acl  for  regulating  the  militia  of 
Pennfylvania."     Lancafler,  1778. 

— 7  An  adl  for  the  regulation  of  the  militia  of  Pennfylva- 
j  nia.     Philadelphia,  1780. 

— 8  Extracts  from  the  journals  of  congrefs  relative  to  the 
capture  of  prizes,  and  the  fitting  out  privateers. 
Philadelphia,  1776. 

t-9 


The  Military  Art.     O&avo.  257 

— 9  Rules  and  articles  for  the  better  government  of  the 
troops  of  the  United  States  of  America.  Philadel- 
phia, 1776. 

— 10  A  plan  for  conducting  the  hofpital  department  of  the 
United  States.     Philadelphia,  1780. 

*  *595 — 6  Reglement  militaire  concernant  la  police  et  la  difci- 
pline  des  troupes  des  treize  colonies  unies  l'Ame- 
rique  feptentrionale.  Traduit  de  PAnglois  par  M. 
Daymon.     A  Philadelphie,  1776. 

1683  L.  Flavii  Vegetii  de  re  militari  libri  quatuor;  accefTerunt 
Frontini  Strategemata:  iElianus  de  inftruendis  acie- 
bus:  Modeftus  de  vocabulis  rei  militarise  Caftra- 
metatio  Romanorum  ex  hiftoria  Polybii.  Lugduni 
Batavorum,  1592. 


DUODECIMO. 

2  A  military  treatife  on  the  appointment  of  the  army.  By 
lieutenant  Webb.  Philadelphia,  1759.  Gift  of  Francis 
Hopkinfon. 

343  Count  Saxe's  plan  for  new-modelling  the  French  army; 
with  plates.  Tranflated  from  the  French.  3  vols. 
London,  1753. 

U*  \  Stevenfon's  military  inftruftions  for  officers ;  with  plates. 
6      f      Philadelphia,  1775. 

*  730 — r   Regulations  for  the  order  and  difcipline  of  the  troops 

of  the  United  States  of  America.      Philadelphia, 

1779. 

*  794. — 12  A  fupplement  to  the  aft  for  regulating  the  militia  of 

New  Jerfey.     Woodbridge,  1757. 

— 13  An  aft  for  eftablifhing  a  militia  in  the  ftate  of  Dela- 
ware. ; 

*  796—9  An  abftraft  of  baron  Steuben's  fyftem  of  military  dif- 

cipline.    Philadelphia,  1779. 

987 

K  k 


258  The  Military  Art.     Duodecimo. 

987  A  treatife  of  military  difcipline,  calculated  for  the  ufe  of 
the  Americans ;  with  plates.     Philadelphia,  1777. 

*  goj — 4  Rules  and  articles  for  the  better  government  of  the 
troops  of  the  United  Colonies  of  North  America. 
Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 8  Extracts  from  the  votes  of  the  afTembly  of  Pennfylva- 
nia,  containing  the  articles  of  affociation.  Phila- 
delphia. 


XVIII.     Heraldry, 


FOLIO. 

37  A  DISPLAY  of  heraldry;  with  plates.  By  John 
JLjL  Guillim.  Sixth  edition.  To  which  is  added,  a 
treatife  of  honour,  military  and  civil,  according  to 
the  laws  and  cuftoms  of  England.  By  John  Lo- 
gan. Alfo,  a  fupplement  of  fcarce  tracts,  relating 
to  the  office  of  arms;  and  a  dictionary,  explaining 
the  feveral  terms  ufed  by  heralds.     London,  1724. 

f  181   Seepage  14,  (Civil Hijlory.) 

379  Edmondfon's  complete  body  of  heraldry;    with  plates. 
2  volumes  in  one.     London,  1780. 

411  The  fphere  of  gentry;   a  treatife  on  arms  and  blazon; 
with  plates.     By  Sylvanus  Morgan.     London,  1661. 


QJLJ  ARTO, 


Heraldry,     O&avo.  259 


QUARTO. 


OCTAVO. 

1 54 1  La  nouvelle  methode  railbnee  du  blafon  pour  l'apprendre 
d'une  maniere  aifee  reduite  en  lecons  par  demandes,  et 
par  reponfes,  par  le  P.  F.  C.  Meneftrier.  Avec  les 
figures  en  taille  douce.  Nouvelle  edition,  augmentee. 
A  Lyon,  .1701. 

1549  The  analyfis  of  honour;  with  plates,     (title page  loft,) 


DUODECIMO. 


XIX.  Anatomy , 


i6o     Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemijlry.     Folio. 


XIX.     Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Cbemiftry. 


FOLIO. 

25     A    MEDICINAL  di&ionary;  including  phyfic,  fur- 

jCjL    gei7>  anatomy,  chemiftry  and  botany,  in  all  their 

feveral  branches;   alfo,  an  hiftory  of  drugs,  and 

an  account  of  their  preparations  and  ufes;   with 

plates.     By  R.  James.     3  vols.     London,  1743. 

f  205  See  page  74,  (Natural  Hlflory.) 

281  The  anatomy  of  the  horfe;  with  plates.  By  George 
Stubbs.     London,  1766. 

307  Albinus's  anatomy;  or  anatomical  tables  of  the  human 
fkeleton;  with  explanations.     London,  1748. 

•(•315  Glauber's  works;  containing  a  variety  of  fecrets  in  medi- 
cine and  alchymy,  in  the  working  metallic  mines  and 
the  feparation  of  metals.  Alfo,  various  ways  of  mak- 
ing falt-petre  and  improving  barren  land  and  fruit 
trees.  Tranflated  from  the  German,  by  Chriftopher 
Packe.     London,  1689. 

316  Paracelfi  opera  omnia.     Genevae,  1608. 

3181  Fleta  minor.     The  laws  of  art  and  nature  in  knowing, 
&    >      affaying,  refining,  and  inlarging  the  bodies  of  confin- 
5 18 J      ed  metals;    with  plates.      By  Lazarus  Erckern  and 
John  Pettus.     London,  1686.     London,  1683. 

322  Van  Helmont's  works;  containing  his  philofophy,  phyfick, 
chirvrgery  and  anatomy.     London,  1664. 

340  Obfervations  on  the  ftructure  and  functions  of  the  nervous 
fyftem ;  with  plates.  By  Alexander  Monro.  Edinburgh, 
1783. 

372  The   ftru&ure  and  phyfiology  of  fifties   explained,    and 
.    compared  with  thofe  of  man  and  other  animals ;  with 
figures.    By  Alexander  Monro.     Edinburgh,  1785. 

37* 


Anatomy )  Medicine  and  Chemiftry.     Folio.     261 

375  Motherby's  medical  di&ionary;  containing  a  defcription 
of  the  various  particulars  relating  to  anatomy,  phyfio- 
l°gv>  phync,  furgery,  materia  medica,  and  chemiftry ; 
with  plates.     Second  edition.     London,  1785. 

f  406  See  page  75,   (Natural  Hifiory.) 

435  L.  Bartholomsei  Euflachii  tabular  anatomies,  editore  Jo. 
Maria  Lane ifio.     Amftelodami,  1722. 

438  L.  Bibliotheca  anatomica.  Authoribus  Danielo  Clerico 
et  Jacob.  Mangeto.     Genevse,  1 699. 

443  L.  Petri  Andress  Matthioli  opera  quae  extant  omnia  ad- 

jeclis  plantarum  iconibus.     A.  D.  1598. 

444  L.  Hippocratis  opera  omnia  quse  extant,  Anutio  Fcefi© 

illuftrata.     Genevae,  1657. 

«j-  448  L.  See  page  75,  (Natural  Hijlory.) 

485  Z.  Raymundi  VieufTens  Neurographia  univerfalis.  Lug- 
duni,  1684. 

492  L.  CEconomia  Hippocratis,  alphabeti  ferie  diftincta.  Anu- 
tio Fcefio  authore.     Francofurti,  1588. 

501  /,.  Philippi  Aureoli  Theophrafti  Paracelfi  chirurgia  mag- 
na a  Jofquino  Dalhemio  Oftofranco  Latine  reddita. 
Argentorati,  1573. 

504  L»  De  Morbi  Gallico  omnia  quae  extant  apud  omnes  me- 
dicos.    Vejietiis,  1566. 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

56  A  methodical  fynopfis  of  mineral  waters,  both  cold  and 
hot,  of  Great  Britain,  Ireland,  France,  Germany, 
Italy,  and  feveral  other  parts  of  the  world.  By  John 
Rutty.     London,  1757. 

78")  The  chemical  works  of  Cafpar  Neumann,  abridged  and 
&  >      methodized;  with  large  additions,  containing  the  later 
79  J      difcoveries  and  improvements  made  in  chemiftry.    By 
William  Lewis.     London,  1 759. 

95  A  complete  hiftory  of  drugs.  Written  in  French,  by 
Monfieur  Pomet.  To  which  is  added,  what  is  further 
obfervable  on  the  fame  fubjeel,  from  Meflrs.  Lemery 
and  Tournefort;  with  plates.  Tranflated  from  the 
originals  into  Englifh.    Fourth  edition.    London,  1 748. 

ll5 


162     Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemiftry.     Quarto. 

ii^A  new  method  of  chemiftry;   including  the  theory  and 

&    L      practice  of  the  art;  with  notes  and  plates.     To  which 

1 24  J      is  prefixed,  a  critical  hiftory  of  chemiftry  and  chemifts, 

from  the  origin  of  the  art  to  the  prefent  time.    By  H. 

Boerhaave.   Tranflated  by  P.  Shaw  and  E.  Chambers, 

London,  1727. 

128  Hill's  hiftory  of  the  materia  medica.     London,  1751. 

156  An  anatomical  expofition  of  the  ftrudture  of  the  human 
body;  with  plates.  By  James  Benignus  Window. 
Tranflated  from  the  French  original,  by  G.  Douglas. 
Fourth  edition.  2  volumes  in  one.  London,  1756. 
Gift  of  Dodor  Ralph  Ajheton* 

201  Henrici  a  Daventer  operationis  chirurgicae  novum  lumen. 
Lugduni  Batavorum,  1701. 

232!  An  experimental  hiftory  of  the  materia  medica.  Lon- 
&  I  don,  1 761.  Third  edition,  with  additions,  by  John 
405  j      Aikin.     London,  1784. 

234  The  medical  works  of  Richard  Mead.     London,  1762. 

274  A  dictionary  of  chemiftry;  containing  the  theory  and 
practice  of  that  fcience.  Tranflated  from  the  French. 
London,  1771- 

399  Lectures  on  the  materia  medica.  By  William  Cullen, 
Philadelphia,  1775. 

305  De  la  Fonte  des  mines  et  des  fonderies,  &c.  A  Paris, 
1750. 

309  Johannes  Joachimi  Beccheri,  phyfica  fubterranea.  Lip- 
fix,  1738. 

*  310 — 1   Gardiner's  difcourfe  concerning  the  circulation  of  the 
blood.     London,  1702. 

— 3  The  king  and  council's  letters  relating  to  the  College 
of  Phyficians;  with  a  fhort  account  of  that  inftitu- 
tion.     London,  1688. 

— 4  Browne's  lecture  of  anatomy.     London,  1 702. 

— 5  Lorenzini's  obfervations  on  the  directions  of  the 
cramp-nfh,  &c.  Tranflated  into  Engliih  from  the 
Italian,  with  figures,  by  J.  Davis.     London,  1 705. 

— 7  Manningham's  certain  method  to  know  the  difeafe; 
being  the  fubftance  of  his  firft  lecture  in  phyfic. 
Published  by  Doctor  Rudd.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1742. 

— 8  An  appeal  to  the  Royal  College  of  Phyficians,  touch- 
ing medical  capacity.     London,  1 745. 

311 


Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Cbernifiry.     Quarto.     263 

311  Le  Febure's  complete  body  of  chemiftry.    London,  1670. 

*  316 — 3  Goddard's  difcourfe,  fetting  forth  the  unhappy  condi- 

tion of  the  practice  of  phyfic  in  London.    London, 
1670. 

— 4  Grant's  obfervations  on  the  bills  of  mortality.  Lon- 
don, 1662. 

— 5  Evans's  univerfal  medicine;  or  the  virtues  of  his  mag- 
netical  and  antimonial  cup.     London,  1642. 

—-6  Van  Helmont's  Deliramenta  Catarrhi ;  or  the  incon- 
gruities, impoffibilities  and  absurdities,  couched  un- 
der the  opinion  of  defluxions.     London,  1650. 

— 7  An  anatomical  account  of  the  elephant.  London, 
1682. 

— 8  Anatomical  obfervations  on  the  eyes  of  animals.  Lon- 
don, 1682. 

f — 9  A  book  of  fruits  and  flowers;  ihewing  the  nature  and 
ufe  of  them,  either  for  meat  or  medicine.    London, 

— 10  Byfleld's  difcourfe  of  confumptions ;  with  their  cure, 
by  a  new  method.     London,  1685. 

*  218 — 1  A  key  to  Van  Helmor.t;  or  a  fhort  introduction  to  the 

theory  and  method  of  chymical  phyficians.      Lon- 
don, 1682. 

— 2  A  treatife  of  the  Elixir  Proprietatis  of  Van  Helmont, 
Paracelfus  and  Crollius.     London,  1671. 

— 3  The  virtues  and  ufes  of  the  Elixir  Proprietatis.  Lon- 
don, 1679. 

— 4  Winter's  difpenfatory  of  phyfical  receipts. 

— 6  Acton's  letter  in  anfwer  to  certain  queries  made  againft 
the  theory  and  practice  of  chymical  phyfic.  Lon- 
don, 1670. 

— 7  Clark's  vermiculars  deftroyed;  with  an  account  of 
worms,  and  experiments  proved  by  the  microfcope. 
Fifth  edition.     London,  1691. 

*  37 ij — 1   Lettfom's  hiftory  of  the  origin  of  medicine;  an  ora 

tion.     London,  1778. 

392  The  works  of  Alexander  Monro;  with  an  account  of  his 
life.  Publiihed  by  his  fon  Alexander  Monro.  With 
plates.     Edinburgh,  1781. 

*  412 — 1   William  Hunter's  two  introductory  lectures  to  his  laft 

ccurfe  of  anatomical  lectures.     London,  1784. 

4*3 


264     Anatomy i  Medicine  and  Chemiftry*     Quarto. 

413  The  works  of  John  Fothergill;  with  plates.  To  which  is 
prefixed,  fome  account  of  his  life,  by  John  Coakley 
Lettfom.     London,  1784. 

f  414  Cavallo's  treatife  on  the  nature  and  properties  of  air,  and 
other  permanently  elaftic  fluids ;  with  an  introduction 
to  chemiftry.     London,  1 7  8 1 . 

442  The  works  of  Doctor  Whytt.  Publifhed  by  his  fon.   Edin  - 

burgh,  1768. 

443  A  treatife  on  the  venereal  difeafe;  with  plates.     By  John 

Hunter.     London,  1786. 

*  456 — I   Samwell's  obfervations  refpe&ing  the  introduction  of 

the  venereal  difeafe  into  the  Sandwich  Lflands.   Lon- 
don, 1786. 

*  462 — 16I  An  account  of  the  fuccefs  of  inoculation  for  the 

&  J-      finall pox,  in  England  and  America;  with  inftruc- 

562 — 6   J      tions  for  performing  the  operation  and  conducting 

the   patient   through   the    diftemper.      London, 

*759- 
513  Is.  Caslius  Aurelianus  de  morbis  acutis  et  chronicis  cum 
notis  Joh.  Conradi  Anman.  et  Theodori  Janfs.  ab  Al- 
meloveen.     Amilelaedami,  1709. 

526  Zr.  Theodori  Kerckringii  Spicilegium  nee  non  ofteogenia 
fcetuum.     Amftelodami,   1670. 

530  L.  Laurentii  Bellini  exercitationes  anatomies  de  ftruc- 
tura  et  ufu  renum  ut  et  de  guPcus  organo:  accedunt 
quaedam  rennm  monftroforum  exempla,  per  Gar- 
hard  am  Biafium  collecta.  Lugduni  Batavorum, 
171-1. 

533  L.  Frederici  Dekkers  excercitationes  prafticas  circa  meden- 
di  methodum,  figuris  illuftratse.  Lugduni  Batavo- 
rum, 1695. 

537  L.  Hermanni  Ccnringii  de  Hermetica  iEgyptiorum  vetere 
et  Paraceliicorum  nova  medicina  liber  unus.  Hel- 
mefladii,  1648. 

t  545  L.  See  page  244,  (Mechanics.) 

546  L»  Hermetis  jEgyptiorum  et  chemicorum  fapientia  ab 
Hermanni  Couringii  animadverfionibus  vindicata  per 
Oliaum  Borrichium,   1696. 

549  L.  Venner's  via  retla  ad  vitam  longam;  or  a  treatife 
wherein  the  belt  manner  of  living  for  attaining  a 
long  and  healthfull  life,  is  demonflratsd.  Fourth 
edition.     London,  1660. 

552  L. 


Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemijlry.     Quarto.     265 

552  L,  Laurentii  Bellini  opufcula  aliquct  de  motu  cordis  in  et 
extra  uterum,  de  motu  bilis  et  liquidorum,  de  fer- 
mentis  et  glandulis,  &c.  Lugduni  Batavorum, 
1696. 

$5$  L.  Johannis  Vigierii  opera  medico  chirurgica.  Hagae- 
Comitum,  1659. 


OCTAVO. 

15  Criticon  Febrium;  or  a  critical  efTay  on  fevers;  with  the 
diagnoftics  and  methods  of  cure.  To  which  is  prefixed, 
an  introduction  concerning  the  ufe  and  abufe  of  the  ma- 
thematics in  phyfic.  By  Edward  Strother.  London, 
1 7 16. 

38  The  anatomy  of  the  human  body.  By  William  Chefel- 
den.     Eighth  edition.     London,  1763. 

*  47 — 3  Bilguer's  difTertation  on  the  inutility  of  the  amputation 
of  limbs.  Tranilated  from  the  Latin  into  Engliih. 
London,  1764. 

481  Obfervations  on  the  difeafes  of  the  army.      By  Sir  John 
&  >      Pringle.     Third  edition.     London,  176 1.      Sixth  edi- 
976J       tion.      London,  1768.      N°*  48  the  gift  of  the  author. 

68  The  hiffcory  of  the  great  plague  in  London,  in  the  year 
1665,  by  a  citizen  who  lived  the  whole  time  in  Lon- 
don. With  a  journal  of  the  plague  at  Marfeilles,  in 
the  year  1720.     London,  1754- 

f  78  Cramer's  elements  of  the  art  of  afTaying  metals.  Trans- 
lated from  the  Latin,  with  notes,  by  Cromwell  Morti- 
mer. To  which  is  added,  a  lift  of  the  Engliih  authors 
who  have  written  upon  minerals  and  metals.  Second 
edition.     London,  1764. 

f  89  See  page  180,  ( 'General and  local  Politics.) 

90  Practical  rules  of  diet,  in  the  various  difeafes  of  human 
bodies.     By  John  Arbuthnot.     London,  1732. 

104  A   complete    Englifh   difpenfatory.      By    John   Quincy. 
Eighth  edition.     London,  1730. 

149I  Boerhaave's  academical  lectures  on  the  theory  of  phyfic; 

&    >      being  a  tranflation  of  his  inditutes  and  explanatory 

323  J      comment.     Second  edition.     6  vols.     London,  175 1. 

L  1  i63 


265     Anatomy ■,  Medicine  and  Chemiftry.     Octavo. 

1 68  A  new  fyftera  cf  anatomy;  describing  the  animal  cecono- 
my,  and  a  fhort  rationale  of  many  diftempers  incident 
to  human  bodies;  with  figures.  By  James  Drake. 
With  a  preface,  by  W.  WagftafFe.  Second  edition. 
3  vols.     London,  17 17. 

176  Mifcellaneous  obfervations  in  the  practice  of  phyfic,  ana- 
tomy and  furgery;  with  curious  remarks  in  botany. 
To  which  is  prefixed,  a  letter  to  Doctor  Baynard;  with 
improvements  in  the  ufe  of  the  cold-bath.  By  Patrick 
Biair.     London,  171 8. 

186  Nathaniel  Hodge's  Loimologia;  or  an  hiftorical  account 
of  the  plague  in  London,  in  the  year  1665.  To  which 
is  added,  an  eiTay  on  the  different  caufes  of  peftilential 
difeafes,  and  how  they  become  contagious.  By  John 
Quincy.     Third  edition.     London,  1721. 

198  Engliih  malady;  or  a  treatife  of  nervous  difeafes  of  all 
kinds.     By  George  Cheyne.     Third  edition.     London, 

*734- 

218  An  eiTay  on  the  vital  and  other  involuntary  motions  of 
animals.     By  Robert  Whytt.     Edinburgh,  175 1. 

221  Edward  Baynard's  hiftory  cf  cold-bathing,  both  ancient 
and  modern.     Sixth  edition.     London,  1732. 

f  268  Medicina  ftatica;  being  the  aphorifms  of  Sanctorius. 
Tranflated  into  Engliih,  with  large  explanations,  by 
John  Quincy.  To  which  is  added,  Doctor  Keill's  Me- 
dicina Britannica.  With  effays  on  agues;  fevers;  an 
elaftic  fibre;  the  gout;  the  leprofy;  the  king's  evil,  and 
the  venereal  difeafe.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1737. 

269  The  works  of  Thomas  Sydenham;  wherein  the  hiftory 
and  cures  cf  acute  and  chronical  difeafes  are  treated  of. 
Corrected  from  the  original  Latin,  by  J.  Pechy.  Tenth 
edition.     London,  1734. 

282  Chemical  lectures,  for  the  improvement  of  arts,  trades 
and  natural  philofophy.      By  Peter  Shaw.      London, 

*7"3a- 

289  A  courfe  of  anatomico-phifiological  lectures  on  the  human 
ftructure  and  animal  ceconomy ;  with  notes.  By  Charles 
Nicholas  Jen ty.     3  vols.     London,  1757. 

299  Commentaries  upon  the  aphorifms  of  Doctor  Herman 
Boerhaave,  concerning  the  knowledge  and  cure  of  the 
feveral  difeafes  incident  to  human  bodies.  By  Doctor 
Gerard  Van  Swieten.  Tranflated  into  Engliih.  Se- 
cond edition.     14  vols.     London,  1765. 

306 


Anatomy )  Medicine  and  Chemifiry.     O&avo.     267 

306  The  elements  of  the  theory  and  practice  of  chemiftry. 
Tranflated  from  the  French  of  M.  Macquer.  2  vols. 
London,  1758. 

314  Cheyne's  eflay  on  health  and  long  life.  Tenth  edition. 
London,  1745. 

371  A  mechanical  account  of  poifons.  By  Doctor  Richard 
Mead.     Third  edition.     London,  1745. 

375  Boerhaave's  method  of  ftudying  phyfic.  Tranflated  from 
the  Latin  into  Englifti,  by  Mr.  Samber.    London,  1 7 19. 

*  377 — l   Halter's  pathological  obfervations  from  the  directions 
of  morbid  bodies.     London,  1756. 

389!  Boerhaave's  aphorifms,   concerning  the  knowledge  and 
&    >      cure  of  difeafes.      Tranflated  from  the  Latin,    with 
1 131 J      explanations.     Third  edition.     London,  1755. 

f  391   See  page  79,  (Natural  Htftory.) 

402  The  art  of  furgery;  with  fingular  cafes.  By  Doctor  Da- 
niel Turner.     Fourth  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1732. 

424  An  authentic  narrative  of  the  fuccefs  of  tar-water,  in 
curing  a  variety  of  diftempers;  with  two  letters  from 
the  author  of  Syrus,  fhewing  the  medicinal  properties 
of  tar- water.     By  Thomas  Prior.     London,  1 746. 

470  Phyfiotogy;  being  a  courfe  of  lectures  upon  the  vifceral 
anatomy  and  vital  ceconomy  of  human  bodies.  2  vols. 
London,  1754. 

476  Medical  effays  and  obfervations;  publiihed  by  a  fociety  in 
Edinburgh,  in  fix  volumes;  abridged  in  two  volumes, 
by  William  Lewis.     London,  1 746. 

512  The  complete  furgeon;  or  the  whole  art  of  furgery  ex- 
plained in  a  moil  familiar  method.  Written  in  French, 
by  M.  Le  Clerc.  Sixth  edition.  To  which  are  added, 
the  method  of  midwifery;  and  fome  reports  in  furgery. 
London,  1727. 

514  A  treatife  on  the  fmall  pox.  By  Theophilus  Lobb.  Se- 
cond edition.     London,  1757. 

537  A  fummary  view  of  the  whole  practice  of  phyfic;  being 
the  fentiments  of  the  mod  celebrated  authors  in  ali 
ages,  relating  to  difeafes,  their  caufes  and  cures;  with 
cafes  in  furgery  and  midwifery.  By  John  Allen. 
Third  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1 749. 

584 


2  68     Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemijlry.     O&avo. 

584  Obfervations  on  the  epidemical  difeafes  of  Minorca,  from 
the  year  1 744  to  1 749.  To  which  is  prefixed,  an  ac- 
count of  the  climate,  productions,  inhabitants,  and  en- 
demial  di (tempers  of  that  ifland.  By  George  Cleghorn. 
London,  1751. 

591  A  new  practice  of  phyfic;  wherein  the  various  difeafes 
incident  to  the  human  body  are  defcribed ;  their  caufes 
ailigned,  and  the  medicines  prefcribed  for  their  cure. 
By  Peter  Shaw.     2  vols.     1730. 

•j-  593  EfTays  and  obfervations,  phyfical  and  literary;  read  before 
a  fociety  in  Edinburgh,  and  publifhed  by  them.  2  vols. 
Edinburgh,  1754. 

596  Boerhaave's  medical  correfpondence;  containing  the  vari- 

ous fymptoms,  and  method  of  cure,  of  chronical  dif- 
tempers;  with  his  practice  in  the  hofpital  at  Leyden, 
and  manner  of  inftructing  his  pupils.     London,  1 745. 

597  The  rudiments  of  phyfic;  with  fome  methods  of  cure  in 

mod  difeafes.  By  Doctor  John  Groenvelt.  Tranflated 
from  the  Latin.     London. 

599  A  treatife  on  the  origin,  nature  and  virtues  of  Chalybeat 
waters  and  natural  hot-baths;  with  a  medical  defcrip- 
tion  of  the  moft  famous  mineral  waters  in  Engand  and 
at  Cleves  in  Germany;  and  a  differtation  on  baron 
Schwanberg's  Liquid  Shell,  with  the  procefs  of  prepar- 
ing the  fame.  By  Diederick  Weflel  Linden.  London, 
1748. 

607  A  treatife  on  opium,  founded  upon  practical  obfervations. 
By  Doctor  George  Young.     London,  1753. 

609  The  new  difpenfatory ;    intended  as  an  improvement  of 

Quincy.     London,  1753. 

610  Medical  obfervations  and  inquiries;    with  plates.     By  a 

fociety  of  phyficians  in  London.  6  vols.  London, 
1757,  &c. 

611  General  medical  principles  and  cautions;   fhewing  when 

bleeding,  vomiting,  purging,  fweating,  bliftering,  &c. 
ought  and  ought  not  to  be  advifed.  By  Theophilus 
Lobb.     London,  1753. 

634  The  hiftory  of  health,  and  the  art  of  preferving  it.  By 
Doctor  James  Mackenzie.     Edinburgh,  1758. 

645  The  difpenfatory  of  the  Royal  College  of  Phyficians  in 
London.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  with  remarks,  by 
H.  Pemberton.     London,  1 746. 

671 


Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemiftry.     Ccla70.     269 

€71  The  hiftory  of  phyfic;  from  the  time  of  Galen,  to  the 
beginning  of  the  fixteenth  century;  chiefly  with  regard 
to  practice.  By  Do&or  Friend.  Third  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1727. 

674  The  difpenfatory  of  the  Royal  College  of  Phyficians  in 
Edinburgh.  Tranflated  into  Englilh,  with  notes  and 
improvements,  by  Peter  Shaw.  Fifth  edition.  London, 
1 746. 

688  A  new  medicinal  dictionary.  By  John  Quincy.  Seventh 
edition.     London,  1757. 

714  The  natural  method  of  curing  the  difeafes  of  the  body, 
and  the  diforders  of  the  mind  depending  on  the  body. 
By  George  Cheyne.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1742. 

f  716  An  effay  on  regimen ;  with  five  difcourfes,  medical,  mo- 
ral and  philofophical.  By  George  Cheyne.  Second 
edition.     London,  1740. 

f  782  Seepage  81,   (Natural Hi/lory.) 

791  Hippocrates  upon  air,  water  and  ntuation;  upon  epidemi- 
cal difeafes-;  and  upon  prognoftics  in  acute  cafes.  To 
which  is  added,  Thucydides's  account  of  the  plague  at 
Athens.  The  whole  tranflated,  with  notes,  by  Francis 
Clifton.     London,  1734. 

*  795 — 4  Hales'  experiments  and  obfervations  on  tar-water; 
with  a  letter  from  Mr.  Read  to  Doctor  Hales,  on 
the  fame  fubjecT:.     Second  edition.     London,  1 747. 

810  An  efTay  concerning  the  nature  of  aliments,  rmd  the 
choice  of  them,  according  to  the  different  conftitutions 
of  human  bodies;  with  practical  rules  of  diet  in  the 
various  difeafes.  By  John  Arbuthnot.  Fourth  edition. 
London,  1756. 

814  Memoirs  of  the  Royal  Academy  of  Surgery  at  Paris; 
containing  a  variety  of  cafes.  Tranflated  from  the  ori- 
ginal.    2  vols.     London,  1750. 

818  A  treatife  upon  the  rheumatifm,  and  a  method  of  cure 
for  every  fpecies  of  that  diftemper.  By  John  Chefcirc. 
London,  1734. 

870  A  treatife  of  the  difeafes  of  trades-men;  {hewing  the  influ- 
ence of  particular  trades  upon  the  Mate  of  health;  with 
the  belt  methods  to  avoid  it.  Tranflated  from  the 
Latin  of  Bern.  Ramazzini.     London,  1705. 

871 


zjo     Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemifiry,     Oftavo. 

871  The  flrength  of  imagination  in  pregnant  women  examin- 
ed, and  the  opinion  that  marks  and  deformities  in  chil- 
dren arife  from  thence  demonstrated  to  be  an  error. 
London,  1727. 

88 1  The  elaboratory  laid  open;  or  the  fecrets  of  modern  che- 
mifiry and  pharmacy  revealed.     London,  1758. 

897  A  difcourfe  upon  the  inflitution   of   medical  fchools  in 

America.  By  Doctor  John  Morgan.  Philadelphia, 
1765.      Gift  of  the  author, 

898  Philofophical  experiments;    containing  ufeful  inductions 

for  fuch  as  undertake  long  voyages  at  fea;  (hewing  how 
fea  water  may  be  made  frefh  and  wholefome,  and  how 
frefh  water  may  be  preferred  fweet.    By  Stephen  Hales. 

938  The  way  to  health,  long  life  and  happinefs;  or  a  difcourfe 
of  temperance.  By  Thomas  Tryon.  Second  edition. 
London,  1691. 

944  Doron  Medicum;  or  a  fupplement  to  the  London  difpen- 
fatory.     By  William  Salmon.     London,  1683. 

959  The  philofophical  principles  of  univerfil  chemifiry.  By 
George  Erneft  Stahl.  Drawn  from  the  Collegium  Je- 
nenfe,  by  Peter  Shaw.     London,  1730. 

971  Philofophical  reflections  and  inquiries  concerning  the  vir- 
tues of  tar- water.  By  George  Berkeley.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1744. 

977  Obfervations  on  the  nature  and  confequences  of  wounds 
and  contufions  of  the  head,  fractures  of  the  fkull,  &c. 
By  Percival  Potts.     London,  1770. 

9S2  Inftitutes  of  experimental  chemifiry;  being  an  effay  to- 
wards reducing  this  branch  to  a  regular  fyflem.  By 
the  author  of  the  elaboratory  laid  open.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1759. 

983")  Doctor  Tiffot's  advice  to  people  in  general,  with  regard 
&    >      to  their  health;  with  notes  by  J.  Kirkpatrick.     Third 
996J      edition.     London,  1768. 

1-987   See  page  82,   (Natural  Hiftory.) 

*  1013 — 1   Jackfon's  effay  on  Britifh  ifmglafs.     London,  1765. 

*  ici 8 — 1  Da  Monchy's  effay  on  the  caufes  and  cure  of  the  ufual 

difeafes  in  voyages  to  the  Weft  Indies.     Translated 
from  the  Dutch.     London,  1762. 

—2  Obfervations  on  the  nature  and  cure  of  jail  fevers. 
By  Sir  John  Pringle.     London,  1750. 

— 3  Lind's  papers  on  fevers  and  infection.     London,  1763. 

*  1022 — 1 


.Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemiftry.     O&avo.     271 

*  1022 — n  Domeftic  medicine;   or  a  treatife  on  the  prevention 

&  >      and  cure  of  difeafes  by  regimen  and  iimple  medi- 

*24S  J  cines;  with  an  appendix,  containing  a  difpenfa- 
tory  for  the  ufe  of  private  practitioners.  By  Wil- 
liam Buchan.  Philadelphia,  1772  and  1784.  N0, 
1022  the  gift  of  Robert  Aitkcn.  N°*  1243  the  gift  of 
Jofeph  Cruhfhanh. 

— 2  Cadogan's  di/Tertanon  on  the  gout,  and  all  the  chro- 
nic difeafes.  Philadelphia,  1772.  Gift  of  Robert 
Ait  ken, 

1023  An  efTay  on  the  dropfy  and  its  different  fpecies.  By  Do- 
nald Monro.     Third  edition.     London,  1765. 

1036  An  account  of  the  gout.  By  Ferdinand  Warner.  Second 
edition,     London,  1768. 

1039  Gregory's  obfervations  on  the  duties  and  offices  of  a  phy- 
fician;  and  on  the  method  of  profecuting  enquiries  in 
philofophy.     London,  1770. 

1044  The   aphorifms   of   Hippocrates,    and   the   fentences   of 

Celfus.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  Conrad  Sprengell. 
To  which  are  added,  explanations  and  references  to 
the  moft  considerable  writers  in  phyfic  and  philofophy, 
both  ancient  and  modern;  and  aphorifms  upon  feveral 
diftempers,  not  well  diftinguiihed  by  the  ancients.  Se- 
cond edition.     London,  1735. 

1045  A  treatife  of  medicine,    in  eight  books.      By  Cornelius 

Celfus.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  with  notes,  by  James 
Grieve.     London,  1756. 

*  1060 — 1   Remarks  on  the  difeafe  commonly  called  Fiftula  ia 

Ano.     By  Percival  Potts.     Second  edition.     Lon- 
don, 1767. 

— 2  Obfervations  on  the  Fiftula  Lachrymalis.    By  Percival 
Potts.     Third  edition.     London,  1769. 

—3  General  remarks  on  fractures  and  diflocations;    with 
plates.     By  Percival  Potts,     London,  1769. 

1090  Remarks  in  phyfic,  anatomy,  chirurgery,  chemiftry,  bo- 
tany, and  medicine ;  extracted  from  "  The  memoirs  of 
the  Royal  Academy  of  Sciences  at  Paris,"  by  Doctor 
Peter  Templeman.     London,  1753. 

1 1 14  Medical  and  philofophical  commentaries.  By  a  fociety  in 
Edinburgh.     London,  1774. 

1151  Baglivi's  practice  of  phyfic.     London,  1704. 

1152 


272     Anatomy j  Medicine  and  Chemijiry.     O&avo. 

1 152  Lobb's  rational  methods  of  curing  fevers.    2  vols.    Lon- 

don, 1734. 

1 153  Lobb's  treatife  on  diflblvents  of  the  ftone;  and  on  curing 

the  (lone  and  gout  by  aliment.     London,  1739. 

1 1  ?4  Lobb's  practical  treatife  of  painful  diftempers ;  with  feme 
effectual  methods  for  curing  them.     London,  1739. 

u  c 5  Lemery's  courfe  of  chemiftry.  Third  edition.  London, 
1698. 

1156  Turner's  ancient  phyfician's  legacy  impartially  furveyedj 
with  a  difcourfe  on  quickfilver,  &c.     London,  1733. 

1 158  Dionis's  courfe  of   chirurgical  operations;    with  plates. 

Tranflated  from  the  French.     London,  17 10. 

1 159  Mafon  on  the  nature  of  an  intermitting  fever  and  ague. 

London,  1745. 

1161  Pyrotechnical  difcourfes;  being  An  experimental  confirm- 

ation of  chemical  philofophy,  by  John  Kunkel;  A  dif- 
courfe on  the  original  of  metallic  veins,  by  George 
Erneft  Stahl;  and  The  grounds  of  metallic  allaying, 
&c.  by  John  Chriftian  Fritfchius.  Tranfiated  from  the 
Latin.     London,  1705. 

1162  Alpinus  on  the  prefages  of  life   and  death  in  difeafes. 

Tranflated  into  Engliih,  by  Doctor  James.  2  vols. 
London,  1746. 

1 1 64  Etmullerus  abridged;  or  a  complete  fyftem  of  the  theory 
and  practice  of  phyfic.    Second  edition.    London,  1 703. 

1207  Scheele's  chemical  obfervations  and  experiments  on  air 
and  fire.  Tranflated  from  the  German,  by  John  Rein- 
hoklt  Forfter;  with  notes  by  Richard  Kirwan;  and  a 
letter  to  him  from  Jofeph  Prieftley.     London,  1780. 

i2io"|  Cullen's  firft  lines  of  the  practice  of  phyfic.     Third  edi- 
1259  j       tion.     2  vols.     Edinburgh,  1781.     Vol.  1.     Philadel- 
1240  \      P^ia>  1 78 1.     2  vols.     Philadelphia,  1781.     N°-  1239 
&  the  gift  of  Starter  and  Cjjl.     N°*  1444  the  gift  of  Doctor 

j  444  J       Benjamin  Smith  Barton* 

f  221 1   See  page  56,  (Civil  H'flory.) 

1226  A  treatife  on  experience  in  phyfic.      2  vols.     London, 

1772. 
1230  Synopfis  nofologiae  methodical.    Au&ore  Gulielmo  Cullen. 

Tomi  II.     Editio  tertia.     Edinburgh  1780. 

*  1233—3  Dimfdale's  method  of  inoculating  for  the  fmall  pox. 
Seventh  edition.     London,  1779. 

1265 


Anatomy ',  Medicine  and  Chemiftrf.     O&avo.     zj* 

1 266  De  Morbis  quibufdam  commentarii.  Auctore  Clifton  Win- 
tringham.     Londini,  1782. 

1268  Hewfon's  experimental  inquiries ;  part  the  third ;  contain- 
ing a  defcription  of  the  red  particles  of  the  blood. 
London,  1777. 

1272  Pringle's  difcourfes.  To  which  is  prefixed,  the  life  of  the 
author,  by  Andrew  Kippis.     London,  1783. 

1277  Dimfdale's  tracts;  containing  his  method  of  inoculating 
for  the  fmall  pox.     London,  178 1. 

*  1280 — 1  Henry's  method  of  preferving  water,  at  fea,  from 
putrefaction;  with  a  mode  of  impregnating  water 
with  fixed  air;  and  the  preparation  of  artificial  yeail; 
with  plates.     Warrington,  178 1. 

1299  Home's    clinical    experiments,    hiftories    and    diflections. 

Third  edition.     London,  1783. 

1 300  Kirkland's  inquiry  into  the  prefent  ftate  of  medical  furgery. 

Vol.  1.     London,  1783. 

1302  Robertfon's  obfervations  on  the  jail,  hofpital  or  fhip  fever. 

London,  1783. 

1303  Black's  hiftorical  fketch  of  medicine  and  furgery,  from 

their  origin  to  the  prefent  time.     London,  1782. 

1304  Wilmer's  cafes  and  remarks  in  furgery;  with  an  appendix, 

containing  the  method  of  curing  the  Bronchocele  in 
Coventry.     London,  1779. 

1305  Duncan's  medical  cafes;  with  his  "  De  Laudibus  Guliel- 

mi  Harvei  Oratio;"  and  an  account  of  the  life  and 
writings  of  Alexander  Monro.     Edinburgh,  1781. 

1306  Reid's  efTay  on  the  nature  and  cure  of  the  phthifis  pul- 

monalis.     London,  1782. 

1307  Fordyce's  elements  of  the  practice  of  phyfic.   Fifth  edition. 

London,  1784. 

1308  Alanfon's  pra&ical  obfervations  on  amputation,  and  the 

after-treatment;    illuftrated  by  cafes.      Second  edition. 
London,  1782. 

1309  Elfe's  works;    containing  a  treatife  on  the  hydrocele,  and 

other  papers  on  furgery.     With  an  appendix,  contain- 
ing fome  cafes  of   the  hydrocele,    by  George  Vaux. 

London,  1782. 

f  1310  See  page  83,  (Natural  Hi/lory.) 

*  1319— J 

M  m 


274     Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemijlrj.     O&avo. 

*  13 19—  1   Reports  of  the  Humane  Society,    for  recovering  per- 

fons  apparently  drowned.     London,    1779,    1780, 
1781,  and  1782. 

*  1320 — 2  Willan's  obfervations  on  the  fulphur- water  at  Croft, 

near  Darlington.     London,  1782. 

—5  Saunders's  obfervations  on  the  fuperior  efficacy  of  the 
red  Peruvian  bark,  in  the  cure  of  fevers.  Fourth 
edition.     London,  1783. 

1 3  25")  Lavoifier's  efTays,   phyfical  and  chemical.      Tranflated 
&     >      from  the  French,    with  notes  and  an  appendix,   by 
1354  j      Thomas  Henry.     Vol.  1.     London,  1776. 

-*  !33o — 1  White's  treatife  on  the  flruma  or  fcrofula;  commonly 
called  the  king's  evil.     London,  1784. 

— 2  Rigby's  eiTay  on  the  ufe  of  the  red  Peruvian  bark  in 
the  cure  of  intermittents.     London,  1783. 

—3  Harwood's  cafe  of  an  obflinate  palfey  of  above  two 
years  duration,  greatly  relieved  by  electricity.  Lon- 
don, 1784. 

1353  Hoffman's  fyftem  of  the  practice  of  medicine.  Tranflat- 
ed from  the  Latin,  by  William  Lewis,  and  revifed  and 
completed,    by  Andrew  Duncan.      2   vols.     London, 

1 36 1  Hippocrates's  doctrines  and  practice  in  furgery  and  phyfic; 
with  remarks,  by  Francis  Riollay.     London,  1783. 

1366  Phyfiologia;  or  the  doctrine  of  nature,  comprehended  in 

the  origin  and  progrefiion  of  human  life;  the  vital  and 
animal  functions;  difeafes  of  the  body  and  mind;  and 
remedies  prophylatic  and  therapeutic.  By  Thomas 
Frewen.     London,  1780. 

1367  ProfefTor  Bergman's  phyfical  and  chemical  efTays.    Tranf- 

lated from  the  Latin,  by  Edmund  Cullen,  with  notes 
by  the  tranflator.     2  vols.     London,  1784. 

*  1368 — 1   Balfour's  treatife  on  the  influence  of  the  moon  in  fe- 

vers.    Edinburgh,  1785. 

—2  A  chemical  analyfis  of  Wolfram,  and  an  examination 
of  a  new  metal  which  enters  into  its  compofition. 
By  Don  John  Jofeph  and  Don  Fauflo  de  Luyart. 
Tranflated  from  the  Spaniih,  by  Charles  Cullen. 
To  which  is  added,  a  tranflation  of  Mr.  Scheele's 
analyfis  of  the  Tungften,  or  Heavy  Stone;  and 
ProfefTor  Bergman's  fupplemental  remarks.  Lon- 
don, 1785. 

—3 


Anatomy ',  Medicine  and  Chemiftry.     O&avo.     275 

— 3  Mofeley's  treatife  concerning  the  properties  and  effects 
of  coffee.     Third  edition.     London,  1785. 

— 4  Juftamond's  account  of  the  methods  purfued  in  the 
treatment  of  cancerous  and  fchirrhous  diforders, 
and  other  indurations.     London,  1780. 

1406  Bell's  fyftem  of  furgery;  with  plates.  4  vols.  Edin- 
burgh, 1786. 

1409  Bell's  treatife  on  the  theory  and  management  of  ulcers; 
with  a  differtation  on  white  fwellings  of  the  joints,  &c 
Third  edition.     Edinburgh,  1784. 

141 1  Medical  communications;  with  plates.  Vol.  1.  London, 
17S4. 

141 6  Medical  fketches.     By  William  Moore.     London,  1786. 

141 7  Gardener's  obfervations  on  the  animal  ceconomy,    and  on 

the  caufes  and  cure  of  difeafes.     Edinburgh,  1784. 

1437  Berkenhout's  fymptomatology.     London,  1784. 

1439 — 1  Cullen's  letter  concerning  the  recovery  of  perfons 
drowned  and  feemingly  dead.     London,  1776. 

— 2  Adair's  medical  cautions,  containing  effays  on  fafhiona- 
ble  difeafes,  &c.     Bath,  1786. 

1459  Edinburgh  new  difpenfatory.     Edinburgh,  1786. 

1463 — 1  Haygarth's  inquiry  how  to  prevent  the  fmall  pox;  and 
proceedings  of  a  fociety  for  promoting  inoculation. 
Chefter,  1785. 

— 2  Houlfton's  obfervations  on  poifons ;  and  on  the  ufe  of 
mercury  in  the  cure  of  obftinate  dyfenteries;  with 
plates.     London,  1784. 

— 3  Henry's  experiments  and  obfervations  on  magnefia 
alba;  calcined  magnefia;  quick-lime;  abforbents; 
vegetable  infufions,  and  fixed  air..  With  ftrictures 
on  Mr.  Glafs's  magnefia.     London,  1773. 

1464 — 1  Reports  of  the  Humane  Society  for  the  recovery  of 
perfons  apparently  drowned;  for  the  years  1783  and 
1784;  with  the  mode  of  treatment.     London. 

1490  Ferris's  differtation  on  milk.      Edinburgh,  1785.     Gift  of 

Doclor  Benjamin  Smith  Barton* 

1 49 1  Leigh's  experimental  enquiry  into  the  properties  of  opium 

and  its   effects   on  living   fubjecls.     Edinburgh,   1786. 
Gift  of  Doctor  Benjamin  Smith  Barton, 

1534  Artis  auriferse,    quam  chemiam  vocant,     volurnina  tres. 

Bafil,   1 610. 

*  1566—2' 


276     Anatomy?  Medicine  and  Chemijlry.     Octavo. 

*  jr66 2  An  oration,  delivered  February  4,  1774,   before  the 

American  Philofophical  Society;  containing  an  en- 
quiry in  the  natural  hiftory  of  medicine  among  the 
indians  in  North  America.  By  Doctor  Benjamin 
Rum.     Philadelphia. 

. — 6  Macleane's  effay  on  inoculation.     Philadelphia,  1 756. 

—7  Differtatio  medica  inauguralis,  de  menftruis  retentis. 
Auctore  William  Smibert.    Edinburgi,  1772. 

—8  Tentamen  medicum  de  puris  confectione.   Auctore  Jo- 
hanne  Morgan.     Edinburgi,  1763. 

— 9  DifTertatio  medica  de  hydrope.      Auctore  Jacobo  Til- 
ton.    Philadelphia,  1771. 

^10  De  febribus  intermittentibus  diiTertatio  medica  inaugu- 
ralis.  Auctore  Jonathan  Potts.    Philadelphia,  1771, 

— 11  Sermons  to  gentlemen  on  temperance  and  exercife. 
Philadelphia,  1772. 

—1 2  Experiments  and  obfervations  on  the  mineral  waters 
of  Philadelphia,  Abingdon  and  Briftol.  Philadel- 
phia, 1773. 

*  1598 — 1  Harvey's  difcourfe  of  the  plague.     London. 

—^2  Matthias  Untzeri  de  fulphere  commentatio.      A.  D. 
1620. 

— 3  Kellwaye's  defenfative  againft  the  plague.     London, 

I593- 
— 4  Kemp's  treatife  of  the  nature,  caufes  and  cure  of  the 

peftilence.     London,  1665*      This  volume  the  gift  of 

jfofeph  Cruhfiank, 

*  1632 — 5  Directions  for  recovering  perfons,  who  are  fuppofed  to 

be  dead,  from  drowning ;  alfo  for  preventing  and 
curing  the  diforders  produced  by  drinking  cold 
liquors.  Publifhed  by  the  Humane  Society  of  Phi- 
ladelphia; with  the  conftitution  of  the  faid  fociety. 
Philadelphia,  1787.     Gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

1643  ■£•  Rivcrius  reformatus  five  praxis  medica  methodo  Rive- 
riano  non  abfimilis.     Geneva,  1696. 

1652  Z,.  Thomae  Sydenham,  M.  D.  opera  univerfa.     Lcndini, 
1705. 

1675  L,  Shaw's  practice  of  phyfic.     2  vols.  London,  1726. 

1715  L* 


Anatomy ,  Medicine  and  Chemiftry.     Octavo.     277 

1 7 15  L.  Thomas  Bartholini  anatomia  ex  omnium  veterum  re- 
ccntiorumque  obfervationibus  imprimis  inflitutioni- 
bus  Cafpari  Bartholini  ad  circulationem  Harve- 
janam  et  vafa  lymphatica  renovata  cum  iconibus. 
Lugduni  Batavorum,  1673. 

1 71 7  L.  Demonftratio  medico-praflica  prognofticorum  Hippo- 

cratis.      Ab  Henrico  Cope.     Dublinise,  1736. 

1718  L.  Gulielmi  Rondeletii  methodus   curandorum   omnium 

morborum  corporis  humani.     Lugduni,  1576. 

1 72 1  jL.  Adenographia  five  glandularum  totius  corporis  de« 
fcriptio.  Authore  Thoma  Whartono.  Londini, 
1656. 

1724.  L,  Praxis  medica  Remberti  Dodonsei  Mechlinienfis.  Am- 
fterdami,  j6i6. 

1725  Z..  Aur.  Corn.  Celfi  de  medicina  libri  oe"lo  Rob.  Conftan- 
tini   fcholiis   et   aliorum   illuftrati.      AmdelcEdami, 

I7I3- 
1738  Z.  Georgii  Baglivi  fpecimen  quatuor  librorum  de  fibra 
motrice  et  morbofa.     Ultrajecti,  1703. 

1 761  Anthropologia  Nova;  or  a  new  fyftem  of  anatomy;  de- 
fcribing  the  animal  ceconomy,  and  a  fhort  rationale  of 
many  diftempers  incident  to  human  bodies.  By  James 
Drake.     2  vols.     London,  1707. 

*  1772—3  DhTertatio  phyfiologica inauguralis  de  caufis  refpirati- 

onis   ejufdemque   effeCtibus,    authore   Georgio  Bu- 
chanan.    Philadelphia?,  1789.     Gift  of  the  author, 

1791  The  principles  of  anatomy  and  phyfiologyj  with  plates. 
By  John  Aitken.     2  vols.     London,  1786. 

*  1805 — 1   Medical  inquiries  and  obfervations.     By  Doctor  Ben- 

jamin Rufh.     Philadelphia,  1789. 

—2  An  appendix ;  containing  the  new  method  of  inoculat- 
ing for  the  fmall  pox;  alfo,  obfervations  on  the  du- 
ties of  a  phyfician,  and  the  methods  of  improving 
medicine.  By  Doctor  Benjamin  Rufh.  Second 
edition.  Philadelphia,  1789.  This 'volume  the  gift  of 
the  author. 


DUODECIMO. 


278  Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemiftry.     Duodecimo. 


DUODECIMO. 

12  Memoirs  of  the  Royal  Academy  of  Surgery;  being  a  col- 
lection of  obfervations  and  experiments,  made  by  the 
moft  eminent  furgeons;  with  extraordinary  cafes. 
Tranflated  from  the  original,  by  George  Neale.  3  vols. 
London,  1759. 

225")  A  view  of  all  the  difeafes  incident  to  children;    contain- 

&    J-      ing  a  tranflation  of  Doctor  Harris's  book  upon  the 

3 10  J      acute  difeafes  of  infants,  and  Doctor  Boerhaave's  trea- 

tife  upon  all  their  difeafes;  with  an  abridgment  of  the 

be  ft  authors  who  have  written  upon  their   difeafes. 

London,  1742. 

267  Richard  Ruffel's  dhTertation  on  the  ufe  of  fea- water  in  dif- 
eafes of  the  glands.  To  which  is  added,  a  commentary 
on  fea-water,  -by  I.  Speed.  Tranflated  from  the  Latin. 
Third  edition.     London,  1755. 

416")  An  eJTay  on  the  virtues  of  lime-water  in  the  cure  of  the 
&    V      ftone;    with  an  appendix,   containing  the  cafes  of  Ho- 
675  J      race  Walpole,  &c.      By  Robert  Whytt.     Second  edi- 
tion.    Edinburgh,  1755. 

579  ThTot's  effay  on  difeafes  incident  to  literary  and  fedentary 
perfons.     London,  1769. 

■{■591   See  page   167,   (Grammars,    Difflonaries  and   Treattfes  on 
Education.) 

*  520 — 1  Van  Swieten's  account  of  the  difeafes  incident  to  ar- 
mies; with  the  method  of  cure.  Tranflated  into 
Englifh.     Second  edition.     London,  1767. 

650  Les  vapeurs   et  maladies   nerveufes  hypocondriaques  ou 

hyfteriques.     Traduit  de  l'Anglois  de  M.  Whytt.     Par 
M.  Lebegue  de  Prefle.     II.  toms.     Paris,  1767. 

65 1  Traite  des  affections  vaporeufes  des  deux  fexes.     Par  M. 

Pomme.     A  Lyon,  1765. 

652  Formules  de  medicine,  Latines  et  Francoifes.     Par  Pierre 

Gamier.     A  Lyon,  1764. 

653  De  la  fante  des  gens  de  lettres.     Par  M.  TifTot.     A  Lait- 

fanne,  1768. 

678 


Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemiftry.     Duodecimo.  279 

678        "J  Pharmacopeia  fimpliciorum  et  effiicaciorum  in  ufura 
&  >      noibcomii  militaris  ad  exercitum  Americas  civita- 

*  799 — 53      tum  pertinentis.      Philadelphia,  1778.      N0'  678 

the  gift  of  Charles  C'tfi. 

701  Watfon's  chemical  eflays.    Second  edition.    5  vols.    Lon- 
don, 1782,  &c. 

725  Innes's  defcription  of  the  human  mufcles.     Improved  by 
Alexander  Monro.     Edinburgh,  1784. 

*  729 — 1  Mynor's   practical  thoughts   on   amputations.      Bir- 

mingham, 1783. 

— 2  Percival's  obfervations  and  experiments  on  the  poifon 
of  lead.     London,  1774. 

772  Harwood  on  temperance  and  intemperance.      London, 
1774- 

*  799 — l  Boylfton's  account  of  the  fmall  pox  inoculated  in  New 

England.      1721. 

—  2  Every  man  his  own  doctor;  or  the  poor  planter's  phy- 
fician.     Fourth  edition.     Philadelphia,  1736. 

— 3  A  phyfical  difTertation  on  drowning.     Dublin,  1747. 

— 4  Hill's  old  man's  guide  to  health  and  longer  life ;  with 
rules  for  diet,   exercife  and  phyfic.     Philadelphia, 

1775- 

*  870 — 8  Brantewein  und  verderben.     A  treatife  in  German  on  the 

pernicious  ejfecls  of  drinking  fpirituous  liquors,      (No  title 
page.) 

880  Z.  Ludovici  Septalii  animadverfionum  et  cautionum  me- 
dicarum  libri  novem.  Cum  ejufdem  au&oris  liber 
de  nasvis.     Dordrechti,  1650. 

889  L.  Marcelli  Malpighii  de  vifcerum  ftruclura  exercitatio 
anatomica;  accedit  differtatio  ejufdem  de  polypo 
cordis.     Londini,  1669. 

897  L.  Pathologist  cerebri  et  nervofi  generis  fpecimen  in  quo 
agitur  de  morbis  convulfivis  et  de  fcorbuto.  Studio 
Thorns*  Willis.     Londini,  1678. 

904  L.  Traite  de  l'organe  de  l'ouie.  Par  M.  Du  Verney. 
A  Paris,  1683. 

906  L.  Inftituticnes  medicae  digeflae  ab  Hermanno  Boerhaave. 
Lugduni  Batavorum,  1727. 

910  L.l  De  anima  brutorum  exercitationes  phyfiologizse  et 
&  >      pathologies.      Studio  Thornse  Willis.      Londini, 

911  L.J       1672.      (N°*  910  hath  neither  title  page  nor  index.) 

920  X. 


28 o  Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemifkry.     Duodecimo. 

920  Z.  Thomas  Willis  diatribae  de  fermentatione  et  de  febribus ; 
huic  accefllt  dilTertatio  epiftolica  de  urinis.  Lon- 
dini,  J  662. 

926  L,  Claudii  Galeni  in  aphorifmos  Hippocratis  commenta- 
rii;  ex  interpretatione  Anutii  Foefii  et  Gulielmi 
Plantii,  cum  ejufdem  annotationibus.  Lugdum 
Batavorum,  1653. 

934  L.  Theodori  Kerckringii  commentarius  in  currum  trium- 
phalem  Antimonii  Bafilii  Valentini.  Amftelodami, 
1671. 

976  Z.  Gulielmi  Harveii  exercitationes  anatomicse,  de  cordis 
et  fanguinis  motu.     Londini,  1661. 


XX.     Agriculture  and  Gardening. 


FOLIO. 

21   TT1  DEN;  or  a  complete  body  of  gardening;  contain- 
Fj   ing  directions  for  raifmg  the  feveral  productions  of 
flower  and  kitchen  gardens;   with  plates.      By  the 
authors  of  the  complete  body  of  hufbandry.     Lon- 
don, 1757. 

69  The  gardener's  dictionary;  containing  the  methods  of 
cultivating  and  improving  the  kitchen,  fruit,  and  flower 
garden;  with  plates.  By  F.  Miller.  2  vols.  London, 
1 7  3 1 .      Gift  of  Peter  Colllnfotiy  of  London, 

94  Tull's  horfe-hoeing  hufbandry;  or  an  e/Tay  on  the  princi- 
ples of  tillage  and  vegetation,  by  the  ufe  of  inftruments 
defcribed  in  cuts.     London,  1733. 

*9S 


Agriculture  and  Gardening.     Folio*  cSx 


195  Paradifus  Terreftris:  or  a  garden  of  rare  flowers,  with 
their  names  and  virtues.  To  which  are  annexed,  a 
kitchen  garden;  with  the  art  of  planting  an  orchard, 
and  the  nature  of  grafting  fruit-trees.  With  cuts.  By 
John  Parkinfcn.     1656. 

320       "I  Evelyn's  Sylva;    or  a  difcourfe  of  forefl  and  fruit 
8c  >      trees,    and  the  making  of  cyder;    with  the  gar- 

507  L.j      dener's  almanack.     London,  1679. 


qjj  A  R  T  o. 

8  Oblervations  in  hufoandry.     By  Edward  Lifle.     London, 

1757- 
27  A  practical  treatife  of  hufbandry;  with  plates  of  feveral 
new  and  ufeful  inftruments.     By  Duhamel  Du  Mon- 
ceau.     London,  1759. 

104 — 1  Miller's  method  of  cultivating  madder;  with  the 
manner  of  drying,  (lamping  and  manufacturing  it 
for  ufe;  with  draughts  of  their  buildings  and  kilns 
erected  for  that  purpofe.     London,  1758. 

239 — 1  Randall's  construction  and  ufe  of  a  new  invented  uni- 
verfal  feed-furrow  plough;  the  draining-plough ; 
with  a  potatoe-drill  machine,  and  an  eflay  on  the 
theory  of  the  common  plough.  With  plates.  Lon- 
don, 1764. 

248  A  courfe  of  experimental  agriculture.  By  Arthur  Young. 
2  Vols.     London,  1770. 

318 — 3  Directions  to  the  hufbandman  for  the  true  ordering, 
manuring  and  enriching  of  the  Weild  of  Kent. 
London,  1625. 

&°  t  Marfhall's  experiments  and  obfervations  concerning  agri- 
f      culture  and  the  weather;  with  plates.    London,  1779. 

408  Marfhall's  minutes  of  agriculture,  made  on  a  farm  of 
three  hundred  acres  of  various  foils;  with  plates.  Lon- 
don, 1778. 

436  The  complete  farmer;  or  a  general  dictionary  of  hufband- 
ry,  in  all  its  branches;  alfo,  the  gardenei's  calendar; 
with  plates.  By  a  fociety  of  gentlemen.  Third  edi* 
tion.     London,  1777. 

Nn  OCTAVO. 


282         Agriculture  and  Gardening.     0&a?6, 


OCTAVO. 

-J-  18   See  page  78,   (Natural  Hi/lory.) 

142  Chiltern  and  vale  farming  explained,  according  to  the 
lateft  improvements.     By  William  Ellis.     London. 

184  Randall's  Semi-Virgilian  hufbandry;  or  an  effay  towards 
a  new  courfe  of  national  farming ;  with  the  philofophy 
of  agriculture.     London,  1764. 

455  The  farmer's  letters  to  the  people  of  England;  containing 
the  fentiments  of  a  practical  hufbandman.  To  which 
are  added,  Sylvan;  or  tracts  on  hufbandry  and  rural 
ceconomics.     Second  edition.     London,  1768. 

464  The  practical  hufbandman ;  being  a  collection  of  mifcella- 
neous  papers  on  hufbar.dry,  &c.  By  Robert  Maxwell. 
Edinburgh,  1757. 

J  561   See  page  219,   (Trade  and  Commerce,  Sec. J 

574  A  new  and  complete  fyftem  of  practical  hufbandry;  with 
a  comparative  view  of  the  old  method.  By  John  Mills. 
5  vols.     London,  1762. 

698  Thva  gardener's  and  florift's  dictionary;  or  a  complete  fyf- 

tem of  horticulture.  By  Philip  Miller.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1724. 

699  The  gardener's  kalendar;  directing  what  works  are  necef- 

fary  to  be  performed  every  month,  in  the  kitchen,  fruit 
and  pleafure  gardens;  and  in  the  confervatory  and 
nurfery.  By  Philip  Miller.  Twelfth  edition.  Lcn* 
don,  1760. 

707  A  general  treatife  of  hufbandry  and  gardening;  contain- 
ing a  new  fyftem  of  vegetation;  with  many  experiments. 
By  R.  Bradley.      2  vols.      London,  1726. 

7J/*"/  A  treatife  of  fruit-trees.      By  Thomas  Hitt.     Second 
edition.     London,  17^7.     London,  1768. 

*  798 — 1    See  page  109,  (Geography  and  Topography.) 

809  DifTertations  on  the  true  Cythifus  of  the  ancients;  mewing 
that  it  may  be  fuccefsfully  made  ufe  of  fcr  the  improve- 
ment of  dry,  barren  and  hilly  land;  with  an  account 
of  the  profits  that  may  arife  from  fowing  lucerne  and 
burning  of  clay;  and  a  catalogue  of  the  beft  feeds, 
and  the  feafon  of  fowing  them.     By  Stephen  Switzsr. 

873 


Agriculture  and  Gardening,     O&avo.  283 

B73  The  practical  farmer;  or  the  Hertford  (hire  hufbandman ; 
containing  many  new  improvements  in  hufbandry.  By 
William  Ellis.     London,  1732. 

993  An  efTay  on  hufbandry.      By  Walter  Harte.     London, 

1770. 

994  The  farmer's  complete  guide  through  all  the  articles  of 

his  profeflion.     London,  1760. 

998  The  country  houfe-wife's  family  companion;  or  directions 
for  the  management  of  the  domeltic  concerns  of  a 
country  life.     By  William  Ellis.     London,  1750. 

1008  A  treatife  of  agriculture.  By  Adam  Dickfon.  Second 
edition.     Edinburgh,  1765. 

*  1015 — 1   Pullein's  e (fay  towards  a  method   of  preferring  the 

feeds  of  plants,    during  a  long  voyage.     London, 

I  1?59' 

—2  Barnes's  method  of  propagating  fruit-trees,  and  flow- 
ering- fhrubs.     Third  edition.     London,  1762. 

— 3  Hill's  origin  and  production  of  proliferous  flowers; 
with  figures.     London,  1759. 

—4  A  method  of  producing  double   flowers  from  (ingle 
ones.     Second  edition.     London,  1759. 

*  1016 — 1   Billing's  account  of  the  culture  of  carrots,  and  their 

ufe  in  feeding  cattle.     London,  1765. 

— 2  Turbilly's  difcourfe  on  the  cultivation  of  wafte  and 
barren  lands.     London,  1762. 

—3  Hitt's  treatife  of  hufbandry  on  the  improvement  of 
dry  and  barren  lands.     London,  1762. 

J  1025   See  page  82,   (Natural  H //lory.  J 

And  page  97,  (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

1028  The  complete  Engliili  farmer;,  or  a  practical  fyflem  of 
hufbandry.  To  which  is  added,  particular  directions 
for  the  culture  of  every  fpecies  of  grain.  By  a  practi- 
cal farmer.     London,  1 77 1. 

1056  A  complete  fyftem  of  experienced  improvements;  made 
on  fheep,  grafs-lambs  and  houfe-lambs;  or  the  country 
gentleman,  the  grazier,  the  fheep-dealer,  and  the  fhep- 
herd's  fure  guide.     By  William  Ellis.     London,  1 749. 

1078  Winter  riches;  or  a  mifcellany  of  rudiments,  directions 
and  obfervations,  necefTary  for  the  laborious  farmer. 
By  Matthew  Peters.     London,  1 77 1. 

11S6 


284         Agriculture  and  Gardening.     O£tavo. 

1 186")  Letters  and  papers  on  agriculture,  planting,  &c.  felected 
&     >      from  the  correfpondence-book  of  the  Bath  Society. 
J35%  J      Second  edition.     2  vols.     Bath,  1783. 

1204  Doflie's  memoirs   of  agriculture  and  other  ceconomical 
arts.     2  vols.     London,  1768. 

1284  Anderfon's  efTays  relating  to  agriculture  and  rural  affairs; 

with  plates.     Edinburgh,  1775.  

1285  Home's  gentleman  farmer;  being  an  attempt  to  improve 

agriculture.     Second  edition.     Edinburgh,  1779. 

1296  Kent's  hints  to  gentlemen  of  landed  property.  Second 
edition.     London,  1776. 

1370  Planting  and  ornamental  gardening;  a  practical  treatife. 
London,  1785. 

1435  Stone's  effay  on  agriculture.     Lynn,  17  #5. 

1615  Foreign  efiays  on  agriculture  and  arts;  confiding  of  dif- 

coveries  made  in  France,  Germany,  Flanders,  Swit- 
zerland, &c.  With  obfervations  by  the  tranflator. 
London,  1766. 

1 61 6  Hunter's  Georgical  efTays;  with  plates.     York,  1777. 

1636  A  new  fyftem  of  hufbandry;  with  a  farmer's  and  kitchen 
garden  calendar;  alfo,  receipts,  in  phyfic  and  furgery, 
for  the  human  fpecies,  and  others  for  the  cure  of  all 
forts  of  cattle.  By  C.  Varlo.  2  vols.  Philadelphia, 
I  785.      Gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

1 649  Z.  Libri  de  re  ruflica  M.  Catonis,  Terentii  Varronis,  Ju- 
nii  Moderatii,  Columellas  et  Palladii.     A.  D.  1533. 

1 69 1  L.  Geoponicorum  five  de  re  ruftica,  libri  XX.     Caffiano 
BafTo  collectore.     Cantabrigiae,  1 704. 

*  1772 — 2  Rural  oeconomy;  or  efTays  on  the  practical  parts  of 
hufbandry.  To  which  is  added,  the  Rural  Socrates; 
being  memoirs  of  a  country  philofopher.  By  the 
author  of  the  farmer's  letter.  Second  edition*  Phi- 
ladelphia, 1775. 

1793  The  rural  economy  of  Norfolk;  comprifmg  the  manage^ 

ment  of  landed  eftates,  and  the  prefent  practice  of  hus- 
bandry in  that  county.  By  Mr.  Marfhall.  2  vols. 
London,  1787. 

1794  The  rural  economy  of  Yorkfhire;  comprifmg  the  manage- 

ment of  landed  eftates,  and  the  prefent  practice  of  hus- 
bandry in  the  agriculture  diftricts  of  that  county.  By 
Mr.  Marfhall.     2  vols.    London,  1788. 

I 795 


Agriculture  and  Gardening.     O&avo.  28$ 

1795  A  fix  weeks  tour,  through  the  fouthern  counties  of 
England  and  Wales;  defcribing  the  prefent  ftate  of 
agriculture,  manufactures,  &c.  By  Arthur  Young. 
London,  1768. 

X796  Annals  of  agriculture,  and  other  ufefnl  arts;  with  plates. 
Collected  and  publiftied  by  Arthur  Young.  10  vols. 
London,  1786,  1787  and  1788. 


DUODECIMO. 

13  A  treatife  of  cidar,  and  other  wines  and  drinks  extracted 
from  fruits;  with  the  method  of  propagating  all  forts 
of  vinous  fruit-trees;  and  the  way  of  making  metheglin 
and  birch- wine.  To  which  is  added,  a  difcourfe  teach- 
ing the  bed  way  of  improving  bees.  By  John  Wor- 
lidge.     Second  edition.     London,  1678. 

*  794. — 2  Eliot's  continuation  of  the  efTay  upon  field  hufbandry 
in  New  England.     New  York,  1 754. 


XXL  Arts 


,86"  Arts  and  Manufactures.     Folio. 


XXI.     Arts  and  Manufaffures. 


FOLIO. 

187  r  I  1  HEATRUM  machinarum  novum  opera  Henrici 
1       Schrneitz.     Colonias  Agrippince,  1662.  - 

299  Advancement  of  arts,  manufactures  and  commerce;  or 
defcriptions  of  the  ufeful  machines  and  models  contain- 
ed in  the  repofitory  of  the  Society  for  the  encourage- 
ment of  arts,  &c.  and  an  account  of  the  feverai  difco- 
veries  and  improvements  promoted  by  the  fociety ;  with 
a  volume  of  plates.  By  William  Bailey.  London, 
1772. 

314  A  treatife  of  japanning  and  varnifhing;  with  the  method 
of  gilding,  burnilhing  and  lackering;  the  art  of  fepa- 
rating  and  refining  metals,  and  of  painting  mezzotinto 
prints;  alfo  of  imitating  tortoife-ihell  and  marble,  and 
of  ftaining  wood,  ivory  and  horn.  By  John  Stalker  and 
George  Parker.     Oxford,  1688. 

&    >  See  page  260,   (Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemiftry.) 

f  415  Fleta  minor.  The  laws  of  art  and  nature  in  knowing, 
aifaying,  refining  and  enlarging  the  bodies  of  confined 
metals;  with  plates.  By  Lazarus  Erckern  and  John 
Pettus.     London,  1686.     Gift  of  Jacob  Dude. 


QJJ  ARTO, 


Arts  and  Manufactures.     Quarto.  28; 


QJJARTO. 

33  Philofophical  commerce  of  arts;  defigned  as  an  attempt 
to  improve  arts,  trades  and  manufactures.  By  William 
Lewis.     London,  1763. 

242  The  theory  and  practice  of  brewing.  By  Michael  Com- 
brune.     London,  1762. 

397  The  origin  and  progrefs  of  writing,  illuftrated  by  engrav- 
ings. Alio,  fome  account  of  the  origin  and  progrefs 
of  printing.     By  Thomas  Aftle.     London,  1784., 

*  465 — 14  The  manufacture  of  pot-aili  recommended,     Bofton, 
f  490  See  page  29,  (  Civil  Hifloiy.) 


OCTAVO. 

f  78   See  page  265,   (Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemijlry.) 

84  The  art  of  making  common  fait.      By  William  Brown- 
rigg.     London,  1748. 

f  196  The  method  of  learning  to  draw  in  perfpective,  made 
eafy  and  fully  explained;  alfo  the  art  of  painting  upon 
glafs,  and  drawing  in  crayons ;  likewife  a  new  and  cu- 
rious method  of  japanning  either  upon  glafs,  wood  or 
any  metal,  fo  as  to  imitate  china;  with  plates.  Third 
edition.     London,  1735. 

328  Dictionarium  polygraphicum ;  or  the  whole  body  of  arts, 
regularly  digelled.     2  vols.     London,  1735. 

385  The  London  and  country-brewer;  containing  the  whole 
art  of  brewing  all  forts  of  malt-liquors;  alio  the  me- 
thod of  preferving  liquors  in  the  cafk,  and  directions  to 
be  obferved  in  bottling  them.  Sixth  edition.  London, 
1750. 

436  The  art  of  fhort-hand  brought  to  perfection;  with  plates. 
•   By  James  Weifon.     London,  1727. 

f  466-J 

&    \  See  page  80,  (Natural  Hi/lory,) 
t  832  j 

f496 


238  Arts  and  Manufactures.     O&avo. 

+  496  See  page  80,  (Natural  Hlftory.) 

616  An  eflay  on  brewing;  with  a  view  of  eftablifhing  the 
principles  of  the  art.  By  M.  Combrune.  London, 
1758.   ' 

650  The  hand-maid  to  the  arts;  teaching,  a  knowledge  of 
the  materia  pictoria,  or  fubftances  uied  in  painting;  the 
devifes  employed  for  making  defigns  from  nature;  the 
various  manners  of  gilding,  filvering  and  bronzing; 
the  art  of  japanning;  and  the  method  of  llaining  dif- 
ferent kinds  of  fubftances.     2  vols.     London,  1758. 

772  The  complete  diftiller;  delivered  in  the  plained  manner, 
for  the  ufe  both  of  diftillers  and  private  families.  By 
Ambrofe  Cooper.     Second  edition.     London,  1760. 

843  The  laboratory;  or  fchool  of  arts;  containing  a  variety 
of  curious  and  valuable  experiments  in  various  arts; 
with  plates.  Compiled  from  German  and  other  foreign 
authors.  By  G.  Smith.  Fourth  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1755. 

1 9^4    7 

&  >  See  page  82,  (Natural  Bijlory.  J 

f  *  1524— I  J 

*  1 1 38 — 2  The    procefs   for   extracting   and   refining  falt-petre. 

Publifhed  by  order   of   the   committee   of   fafety. 
Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 3  Experiments  and  obfervations  on  American  pot-aihes; 
with  an  eafy  method  of  determining  their  refpective 
qualities.     By  W.  Lewis.     London,  1767. 

*  1 1 49 — 4  Mitchell's  treatife  of  artificial  magnets,   &c.  with  a 

plate.     Cambridge,  1750. 

5232  Tranfactions  of  the  fociety,  instituted  at  London,  for  the 
encouragement  of  arts,  manufactures,  and  commerce; 
and  the  premiums  offered  by  the  fociety  j  with  plates- 
3  vols.     London,  1785,  &c. 

1315I  Palmer's  new  fcheme  of  fhort-hand;  being  an  improve- 
&     >      ment;  upon  Mr.  Byron's    "  Univerial  Engliih  iliort- 
1 3 1 6  J      hand ; "  with  plates.     London,  1 7  74. 

1389  Richardfon's  ftatical  eftimates  of  the  materials  of  brew- 
ing; with  plates.     London,  1784. 

1431  Imifon's  fchool  of  arts;  or  an  introduction  to  ufeful  know* 
ledge;  with  plates.     London. 

15 1 8  Salmon's  polygraphice ;  or  the  arts  of  drawing,  engraving, 
limning,  japanning,  gilding,  &c.     London,  1701. 

*  1589— I 


Arts  and  Manufaftures.     O&avo.  2&9 

fc  !^8p — i  An  account  of  Doctor  Franklin's  new-invented  open- 
ftoves;  with  plates.     Philadelphia,  1744. 

—4  Directions  for  making  calcined  or  pearl-afhes,  as  prac- 
tifed  in  Hungary,  &c.  with  a  drawing  of  the  fur- 
nace.    Bofton,  1766. 

— 5  Defile's  obfervations  on  the  pot-afli  brought  from 
America;  with  the  procefs  for  making  pot-afh  and 
barilla.     London,  1767. 

■f — 6  See  page  84,  (Natural  Hi/lory.) 

— 7  Extracts  from  Pullien,  on  the  culture  of  filk,  &c. 
intended  to  render  the  management  of  filk-worms 
more  eafy.     Philadelphia,  1770. 

— 8  Several  methods  of  making  falt-petre.  Publifhed  by 
the  reprefentatives  in  congrefs.    Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 10  The  art  of  making  common  fait;  with  an  extract  from 
Doctor  Brownrigg's  treatife  on  the  art  of  making 
bay-falt.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

*  1772—1  Premiums  by  the  fociety,  eftablimed  at  London,  for 
the  encouragement  of  arts,  manufactures  and  com- 
merce.    London,  1758. 


DUODECIMO. 

499  Short-hand  improved.     By  William  Mafon.     London. 

525  Century  of  the  names  and  fcantlings  of  the  marquis  of 

Worcester's  inventions.     London,  1663. 

526  Brachygraphy ;  or  mort- writing  made  eafy.     By  Thomas 

Gurney.     Second  edition.     Gift  of  Doctor  Ralph  AJheton, 

676  Badcock's  new  touch-ftone   for  gold  and   filver  wares. 

Second  edition,  with  ufeful  tables,  by  John  Reynolds. 
London,  1769. 

677  Traite  des  monoyes  par  M.  BohTard.     II.  toms.     Paris, 

1711. 

814  De  Geheime  Brieven  fchryver,   met  verfcheydene  voor- 
beelden.     Amfterdam. 


XXII.  Experimental 
O  o 


290  Experimental  &  natural  Philofophy,  &c.    Quarto-. 


XXII.     Experimental  and  natural  Philofophy,  and 
elementary  Treatifes  on  the  Arts  and  Sciences, 


FOLIO. 


QV  A  R  T  O. 

32   rT"1  HE  hiftory  and  prefent  (late  of  electricity;   with 
X      original  experiments.     By  Jofeph  Prieftley.     Lon- 
don, 1767. 

80  An  attempt  to  demonstrate  that  all  the  phenomena  in 
nature  may  be  explained  by  two  fimple  principles— 
attraction  and  repulfion.     By  Gowin  Knight.    London, 

1754- 

91  Lectures   on   felect  fubjects   in   mechanics,    hydroftatics, 

pneumatics  and  optics;  with  the  ufe  of  the  globes;  the 
art  of  dialling,  and  the  calculation  of  the  mean  times 
of  new  and  full  moons,  and  eclipfes;  with  plates.  By 
James  Fergufon.     London,  1764. 

92  Fergufon's  fupplement  to  his  lectures  on  felect  fubjects; 

with  plates.     London,  1767. 

99  "J  A  view  of  Sir  Ifaac  Newton's  philofophy;  with  plates. 
&  J-      By  Henry  Pemberton.     London,  1728.     N°*  100  the 
I OO  J      gift  of  Peter  Collinfon,   of  London, 

114  The  mathematical  elements  of  natural  philofophy,  con- 
firmed by  experiments ;  or  an  introduction  to  Sir  Ifaac 
Newton's  philofophy;  with  plates.  By  James  Grave- 
fande.  Tranflated  from  the  Latin  into  Englifh,  by  J. 
T.  Defaguliers.    Sixth  edition.    2  vols.    London,  1 747- 

1 1 8  An  account  of  Sir  Ifaac  Newton's  philofophical  difcoveries. 
By  Colin  Mac  Laurin.  Publifhed  from  the  author's 
manufcript  papers,  by  Patrick  Murdock.  London, 
1748. 

130 


Experimental  8c  natural  Philofophy,  Sec.    Quarto.  291 

1301  Defagulier's  courfe  of  experimental  philofophy;  proved 
&  >  by  mechanics;  wherein  the  laws  of  phyfics,  mecha- 
195  J  nics,  hydroftatics  and  optics,  are  demonftrated  by  ex- 
periments; with  a  defcription  of  the  air-pump,  and 
the  different  fpecies  of  barometers,  &c.  To  which 
are  added,  Sir  Ifaac  Newton's  colours;  the  defcription 
of  the  cendenfmg  engine,  and  Rowley's  Horary;  with 
plates.     London,  1719. 

163  Mifcellaneous  tracts  on  fome  interefting  fubjects  in  mecha- 
nics, phyfical  aftronomy,  and  fpeculative  mathematics. 
By  Thomas  Simpfon.     London,  1757. 

^  186  Seepage  76,  (Natural  Hiflory.) 

194  New  experiments  and  obfervations  on  electricity;  made  at 
Philadelphia,  by  Doctor  Benjamin  Franklin.  Commu- 
nicated in  feveral  letters  to  Peter  Collinfon,  of  London, 
Third  edition.     London,  1760. 

*  206 — 1   Renati  Des-Cartes  principia  philofophiae.     Amfteloda- 

mi,  1664. 

217")  Experiments  and  obfervations  on   electricity;    made  at 

&    >      Philadelphia,    by    Doctor   Benjamin    Franklin.       To 

322  J      which  are  added,  letters  and  papers  on  philofophical 

fubjects;  with  plates.     London,  1769.     Fifth  edition. 

London,  1 7  74*     N0,  217  the  gift  of  the  author. 

348  Principles  of  electricity;  containing  new  theorems  and  ex- 
periments, with  an  analyfis  of  the  fuperior  advantages 
of  high  and  pointed  conductors ;  with  plates.  By  Charles 
Vifcount  Mahon.     London,  1779. 

350  A  treatife  upon  artificial  electricity;  with  an  effay  on  the 
mild  and  flow  electricity  which  prevails  in  the  atmof- 
phere  during  ferene  weather;  with  plates.  Tranflated 
from  the  Italian  of  father  Giambatifca  Beccaria.  Lon- 
don, 1776. 

432  Inftitutes  of  natural  philofophy,  theoretical  and  experi- 
mental;  with  plates.     By  William  Enfield.     London, 

1785- 

*  500 — 2  An  attempt  towards  obtaining  invariable  meafures  of 

length,  capacity,  and  weight,  from  the  menfuration 
of  time,  independent  of  the  mechanical  operations 
requifite  to  afcertain  the  centre  of  ofcillation,  or  the 
true  length  of  pendulums;  with  plates.  By  John 
Whitehurft.     London,  1787. 

520  L.  Philofophiae  naturalis  principia  mathematica.  Auctore 
Ifaaco  Newtono,  equite  aurato.  Editio  fecunda. 
Cantabrigise,  17 13. 

536  L 


292  Experimental  &  natural  Philofophy,  &c.    Quarto. 

536  L.  A  tutor  to  aftronomy  and  geography;  or  an  eafy  way 
to  know  the  ufe  of  the  globes ;  with  cuts.  By  Jo- 
feph  Moxon.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1686. 

547  L,  Boyle's  confiderations  on  the  vfefvlnefle  of  experi- 
mental and  natural  philofophy.  Second  edition. 
Oxford,  1664. 

JT57  L.  Chriftiani  Wolfii  elementa  mathefeos  univerfac.  Tomi 
duo.     Halse  Magdeburgicae,  1713. 


OCTAVO. 

5  A  courfe  of  lectures  in  natural  philofophy;  with  plates. 
By  Richard  Helfham.  Publifhed  by  Bryan  Robinfon. 
Dublin,  1739. 

1 67  Curfus  mathematicus ;  or  a  complete  courfe  of  the  mathe- 
matics; with  plates.  Written  in  French  by  Monfieur 
Ozanam,  and  tranflated  into  Englifh,  with  improve- 
ments and  additions,  by  J.  T.  Defaguliers,  and  others. 
5  vols.     London,  1725, 

1 69  Mathematical  elements  of  natural  philofophy,  confirmed 
by  experiments ;  or  an  introduction  to  Sir  Ifaac  Newton's 
philofophy.  Written  in  Latin,  by  William  James  Grave- 
fande,  and  tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  J.  T.  Defagu- 
liers.    Fourth  edition.     2  vols.     London,  173 1. 

268  See  page  266,   (Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemljlry.) 

290  A  knowledge  of  the  heavens  and  the  earth  made  eafy;  or 
the  firft  principles  of  aftronomy  and  geography  explain- 
ed by  the  ufe  of  the  globes  and  maps.  By  Ifaac  Watts. 
Sixth  edition.     London,  1760. 

305  A  compeudious  fyftem  of  natural  philofophy;  with  notes, 
containing  mathematical  demonstrations,  and  fome  oc- 
cafional  remarks.  With  plates.  By  J.  Rowning.  2 
vols.     London,  1759. 

308  Renault's  fyftem  of  natural  philofophy;  with  Doctor 
Samuel  Clarke's  notes,  taken  moftly  out  of  Sir  Ifaac 
Newton's  philofophy.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  by 
John  Clarke.     Third  edition.     2  vols.     London,  17 35 « 

3271 

&    f  See  page  247,  (Agronomy,  AJlrohgy  and  Chronology.) 

670J 

382 


Experimental  8c  natural  Philofophy,  Src.    O&avo.  293 

1 


382 1  An  account  of  Sir  Ifaac  Newton's  philofophical  difcove- 
&    >      ries,  by  Colin  Maclaurin.    Publifhed  from  the  author's 
743  3      manufcript  papers,  by  Patrick  Murdock.     Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1750. 

f  420  See  page  79,  (Natural  Hiftory.) 

428!  Philofophia  Britannica;    or  a  new  fyftem  of  the  New- 
&    >      tonian  philofophy,    aftronomy  and  geography;    with 
516  J      notes  and  plates.     By  Benjamin  Martin.     Second  edi- 
tion.      3  vols.      London,   1759.      2  vols.     Reading, 

1747. 

442  Defcription  and  ufe  of  both  the  globes,  the  armillary 
fphere  and  orrery;  with  a  new  conftruction  of  each 
globe,  by  an  apparatus,  exhibiting  the  phenomena  of 
the  earth  and  heavens  exactly  as  they  are.  By  Benja- 
min Martin.     London. 

*  468 — 2  Defcription  d'un  microfccpe  de  poche,  et  de  toutes  les 
pieces  qui  en  dependent.    Le  tout  fait  par  Jean  Cuff. 

;  1743- 

473  The  elements  of  natural  philofophy.  By  Peter  Van  Muf- 
fchenbrock.  Tranflated  from  the  Latin,  by  John  Col- 
fon.     2  vols.     London,  1744. 

508"]  The  philofophical  grammar;  being  a  view  of  the  prefent 
&    >      ftate  of  experimental  phyfiology,    or  natural  philofo- 
5813      phy*      By  Benjamin  Martin.      Second  edition,    with 
large  additions.     London,  1738. 

5  25  "\  The  microfcope  made   eafy;    or  the  nature,    ufes  and 

&    >      magnifying  powers   of  microfcopes,   explained;    with 

773  3      plates.     By  Henry  Baker.     Fourth  edition.    London, 

1754- 
538  The  young  mathematician's  guide;  being  a  plain  and  eafy 
introduction  to  the  mathematics.  By  John  Ward. 
Eleventh  edition.  To  which  is  added,  a  fupplement, 
containing  the  hiftory  of  logarithms,  and  an  index  to 
the  whole  work.     London,  1762. 

+  *85?  .     , 

&    >  See  page  80,  (Natural  Hi/lory.  J 
t77°~3 
602  Matho;  or  the  Cofmotheria  Puerilis;  a  dialogue  in  which 
the  principles  of  philofophy  and  aftronomy  are  accom- 
modated to  the  capacity  of  young  perfons.      Second 
edition.     2  vols.     London,  1745. 

632 


294  Experimental  &  natural  Philofophy,  &c.    O&avo. 

632  Sir  Ifaac  Newton's  mathematical  principles  of  natural 
philofophy.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  Andrew 
Motte.  To  which  are  added,  the  laws  of  the  moon's 
motion,  according  to  gravity.  By  John  Machin.  2 
vols.     1729. 

717  Elements  of  natural  philofophy  delineated.  By  John 
Henry  Winkler;  with  plates.  Tranflated  from  the  fe- 
cond  edition  of  the  German.     2  vols.     London,  1757. 

735  Lectures  in  experimental  philofophy;  with  plates.  By 
M.  l'abbe  Nollet.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  by 
John  Colfon.     London,  1752. 

758  The  preceptor;  containing  a  general  courfe  of  education; 
wherein  the  firft  principles  of  polite  learning  are  laid 
down.  With  plates.  Seventh  edition.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don,  1783. 

808  Phyfico-mechanical  experiments  on  various  fubjects;  con- 
taining an  account  of  feveral  phenomena  touching  light 
and  electricity;  with  plates.  By  F.  Haukfbee.  Second 
edition,  with  a  fupplement,  containing  new  experiments. 
London,  1 719. 

868  A  methodical  account  of  the  principles  of  natural  philo- 
fophy. By  Benjamin  Worfler.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1730. 

879!  Philofophical  experiments  and  obfervations ;  with  plates. 
&    >      By  Doctor  Robert  Hooke,  and  other  eminent  virtuoib 
1 1 60  J      in  his  time.     Publifhed  by  William  Derham.     Lon- 
don, 1726. 

895  A  tutor  to  aflronomy  and  geography;  or  an  eafy  way  to 
know  the  ufe  of  the  globes,  both  celeflial  and  terrefxrial. 
By  Jofeph  Moxon.     London,  1659. 

*  900 — 1  Watfon's  experiments  and  obfervations  on  the  nature 
and  properties  of  electricity.  Third  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1746. 

—2  Watfon's  fequel  to  the  "  Experiments  and  obfervations 
on  the  nature  and  properties  of  electricity."  Second 
edition.     London,  1746. 

&    (Tables  and  tracts,    relative  to  feveral  arts  and  fciences; 
1000  J      witk  Flates*     By  James  Fergufon.     London,  1767. 

988  The  origin  of  laws,  arts  and  fciences;  and  their  progrefs 
among  the  moft  ancient  nations.  Tranflated  from  the 
French  of  the  prefident  De  Goguet.  3  vols.  Edin- 
burgh, 1 761. 

1040 


Experimental  8c  natural  Philofophy,  &cc.    O&avo.  29S 

1040  Statical  efTays;  containing  vegetable  ftatics;  or  an  account 
of  fome  ftatical  experiments  on  the  fap  in  vegetables; 
with  a  fpecimen  of  an  attempt  to  analyfe  the  air,  by  a 
variety  of  chymio- ftatical  experiments;  with  plates. 
By  Stephen  Hales.  Fourth  edition.  2  vols.  London, 
1769. 

*  1 1 38 — I  An  inaugural  oration,  on  the  progrefs  and  importance 
of  the  mathematical  fciences.  By  Walter  Minto. 
Trenton,  1788. 

:  1 1 50 — 3  Warners  mathematical  exercifes.     London,  17 10. 

1 2 13  An  introdu&ion  to  natural  philofophy;  with  plates.  By 
William  Nicholfon.     2  vols.     London,  1782. 

121 8  Experiments  and  obfervations  relating  to  various  branches 
of  natural  philofophy,  and  obfervations  on  different 
kinds  of  air;  with  plates.  By  Jofeph  Prieftley.  Third 
edition.     5  vols.     London,  1781.     Birmingham,  1781. 

1352  A  treatife  on  the  rectilinear  motion  and  rotation  of  bodies; 
and  a  defcription  of  original  experiments  relative  to  the 
fubjecl:;  with  plates.  By  George  Atwood.  Cam- 
bridge, 1784. 

1369  Fourcroy's  elementary  ledlures  on  chemiftry  and  natural 
hiftory.  Tranflated  from  the  Frenclijr  by  Thomas  Elliot, 
with  additions  and  notes,  by  the  tranflator.  2  vols. 
London,  1785. 

1690  L.  Jacobi  Rohaulti  phyfica.  Latine  vertit,  recenfuit,  et 
adnotationibus  ex  illuftriffimi  Iiaaci  Newtoni  philofo- 
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171 1  L.  Introduclio  ad  veram  phyficam  feu  le&iones  phyficaJ. 
Quibus  accedunt  Chriftiani  Hugenii  Theoremata  de 
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62  Elementorum  compendium  mathefeos  univerfae  a  ChrifU* 
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8 1  The  elements  of  philofophy,  by  Samuel  Johnfon.     Third 
edition.     London,  1754. 

236  James  Dodfon's  mathematical  repofitory.  3  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1748. 

361  A  complete  mathematical  dictionary.  By  Jofeph  Moxon. 
London,  1701. 

500  A  treatife  of  natural  philofophy.     London,  1687. 

584  A  courfe  of  the  belles  lettres;  or  the  principles  of  litera- 
ture. Tranflated  from  the  French  of  the  abbot  Bat- 
teaux,  by  Mr.  Miller.     4  vols.     London,  1761. 

666  A  furvey  of  the  wifdom  of  God  in  the  creation;  or  a 
compendium  of  natural  philofophy.  3  vols.  Briftol, 
1763.      Gift  of  John  JVefley. 

707  John  Bruce*  s  firft  principles  of  philofophy.  Second  edi- 
tion.    Edinburgh,  1781. 

*  794 — 8  Kinnerfley's  experiments  in  electricity.     Philadelphia, 
1764. 

S95  Z.  Joannis  Cleric i  pneumatologia  cui  fubje&a  eft  Thomae 
Stanleii  philofophia  orientalis.  Tomus  II.  Amfte- 
lodami,  17 10. 

984  Athanafii  Kircheri  magneticum  naturae  regnum.  Amfte- 
lodami,  1667. 

1003  New  experiments,  phyiico- mechanical,  touching  the  fpring 
of  the  air,  and  its  effects.  By  Robert  Boyle.  Oxford, 
1660.      Gft  of  Benjamin  PafchalL 


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I.     Poetry  and  the  Drama. 


FOLIO. 

67  ^"^1  RAY's  Poems;  with  curious  defigns  for  each  poem, 
\J  by  R.  Bentley.     London,  1753. 

76  An  eflay  on  man;  in  epiftles  to  a  friend.      By  Alexander 
Pope.     London,  1734. 

f  148  Seepage  113,  (Theology.) 

208  Homer's  Iliad;  in  Greek.  Glafgow,  1756.  Gift  of  Doc* 
tor  Small)  of  London. 

214  Advifes  from  ParnafTus,  in  two  centuries;  with  the  politi- 
cal touchftone,  and  an  appendix  to  it.  By  Trajano  Boc- 
calini.  To  which  is  added,  a  continuation  of  the  ad- 
vices by  Girolamo  Briani.  The  whole  tranflated  from 
the  Italian.  Revifed  and  corrected  by  Mr.  Hughes. 
London,  1706. 

226  Eliza,  an  epic  poem.  By  Sir  Richard  Blackmore.  To 
which  is  annexed,  an  index,  explaining  perfons,  coun- 
tries, cities,  rivers,  &c.     London,  1705. 

229  The  lad  judgment  of  men  and  angels,  a  poem;  after  the 
manner  of  Milton.     By  Thomas  Newcomb.     London, 

1723- 
249  Pfyche;  or  love's  myfterie;  difplaying  the  intercourfe  be- 
twixt Christ  and  the  foule.      By  Jofeph  Beaumont. 
London,  1648. 

*  407 — 18  An  epiitle  from  S r  F 0,  to  S a  F a. 

London,  1727. 

— 19  An  anfwer  from  S a  F a,  to  S r  F 0. 

London,  1727. 

414  The  fatyrs  of  Juvenal;  with  plates.  Tranflated  into  En- 
glifh,  by  Sir  Robert  Stapylton.  London,  1660.  Gift 
cf  Samuel  Coaies. 

43 1  L.  Poetae  Graeci  principes  heroici  carminis  et  alii  nonnulli 
et  fragmenta  aliorum.     Graece.    1566. 

P  p  4?2  £• 


298  Poetry  and  the  Drama.     Folio. 

452  L.  Euripidis  opera  quae  extant  omnia.    Cantabrigise,  1694. 

466  L.  Ariftophanis  Comoediae  undecim  cum  Latina  interpre- 
tatione  et  fcholiis  Nicodemi  Frifchlini,  et  aliorum. 
Aurelias  Allobrogum,  1608. 

472  L.  Virgilii  qux  extant  opera  omnia.  Cum  annotationibus 
Tiberii  Donati  et  Cerulii  Honorati  et  Georgii  Fa- 
bricii.     Bafilae,  1547. 

510  L.  The  workes  of  the  Englifli  poet,  Geffrey  Chavcer;  to 
which  is  prefixed,  the  life  of  the  author.  London, 
1602. 

*  514—5  Pennfylvania,  a  poem.     By  a  ftudent  of  the  college 
of  Philadelphia.     Philadelphia,  1756. 


QJJ  A  R  T  o. 

3  Publii  Virgilii  Maronis  Bucolica,  Georgica  et  iEneis.    Bir- 
minghamise,  1 754.     Gift  of  Dodor  John  Fothergill. 

28  ~\ 

-   f  The  poems  of  Charles  Churchill.     Second  edition.     2 

f      vols.     London,  1765. 

47  The  tragedies  of  Sophocles.  Tranflated  from  the  Greek, 
by  Thomas  Franklin.     London,  1759. 

70  Fingal,  an  ancient  epic  poem;  with  feveral  other  poems, 
compofed  by  Oflian,  the  fon  of  Fingal.  Tranflated 
from  the  Gallic  language,  by  James  Macpherfon.  Se- 
cond edition.     London,  1762. 

85  Leonidas,  a  poem.     By  R.  Glover.     London,  1736. 

88  Poems   on  feveral   occafions.      By    Chriftopher   Smart. 

London,  1752. 

89  The  fugar-cane,  a  poem;  with  notes.     By  James  Grain- 

ger.    London,  1764. 

90  The  JEneid  of  Virgil.      Tranflated  by  Chriftopher  Pitt. 

2  vols.     London,  1740. 

96  Poems  on  feveral  occafions.  By  Samuel  Weftley.  Lon- 
don, 1736.     Gift  of  George  BreintnalL 

*  104—2  Science,  a  poem.     By  Francis  Hopkinfon.     Philadel- 
phia, 1762. 

108 


Poetry  and  the  Drama,     Quarto.  299 

™  1  Providence,    an   allegorical   poem.      By   John   Ogilvie 

I      London,  1764. 

109J  '   T 

f  149  See  page  23,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 
154  Liberty,  a  poem.     By  James  Thompfon.    London,  1735. 

*  159 — 4  Battle  of  the  Genii,  a  fragment.    Tranflated  from  an 

Erfe  manufcript.     London,  1765. 

— 5  Commerce,  a  poem.  By  Cornelius  Arnold.  London, 
1751. 

*  160 — 1  The  immortality  of   the  foul,    a  poem.      By  Ifaac 

Hawkins  Browne.     Tranflated  from  the  Latin,  by 
Richard  Grey.     London,  1754. 

— 2  Ver-vert;  or  the  nunnery-parrot,  an  heroic  poem.  By 
Monfieur  Grefiet.  Tranflated  from  the  French. 
London,  1759. 

213  Juvenile  poems  on  various  occafions;  with  the  prince  of 
Parthia,  a  tragedy.  By  the  late  Thomas  Godfrey. 
Philadelphia,  1765. 

*  238 — 1  The  deferted  village,  a  poem.     By  Oliver  Goldfmith. 

Sixth  edition.     London,  1770. 

— 2  The  traveller,  a  poem.  By  Oliver  Goldfmith.  Lon- 
don, 1770. 

259  The  hymns  of  Callimachus.  Tranflated  from  the  Greek, 
into  Englifh  verfe,  with  explanatory  notes.  To  which 
are  added,  felect  epigrams,  and  the  Coma  Berenices  of 
the  fame  author.     By  William  Dodd.     London,  1755. 

264  The  Iliad  of  Homer.     Tranflated  by  James  Macpherfon. 
.  2  vols.     London,  1773. 

282  Poems.     By  Anna  Lastitia  Aitken.     London,  1773. 

*  294 — 3  The  deferted  village,  a  poem.     By  Oliver  Goldfmith. 

Sixth  edition.     London,  1770. 

338  Poems,  fappofed  to  have  been  written  at  Briftol,  in  the 
fifteenth  century,  by  Thomas  Rowley,  prieft;  with  a 
commentary,  in  which  the  antiquity  of  them  is  confi- 
dered  and  defended,  by  Jeremiah  Milles.  London, 
1782. 

342  The  Lnciad;  or  the  difcovery  of  India,  an  epic  poem. 
Tranflated  from  the  original  Portuguefe  of  Louis  de  Ca- 
moens,  by  William  Julius  Micklq.  Second  edition. 
Oxford,  1778. 

554  Potter's  tranflation  of  the  tragedies  of  Euripides,  z  vols. 
London,  1781. 

•  366 — 1 


300  Poetry  and  the  Drama.     Quarto. 

*  366—1   Hayley's  eflay  on  painting,  addrefled  to  Mr.  Romney. 

Third  edition.     London,  1781. 

, — 2  An  ode  to  Howard;  with  a  frontifpiece.  Third  edi- 
tion.    London,  1782. 

—3  An  efTay  on  hiftory;  with  notes.  Second  edition. 
London,  1781. 

—4  An  eflay  on  epic  poetry;  with  notes;  addrefied  to  the 
reverend  Mr.  Mafon.     London,  1782. 

— 5  The  triumphs  of  temper.  Third  edition.  London, 
1782. 

371  Potter's  tranflation  of  the  tragedies  of  iEfchylus.  Nor- 
wich, 1777. 

373  De  Frefnoy's  art  of  painting.  Tranflated  into  Englifh 
verfe,  by  William  Mafon;  with  annotations  by  Sir  Jo- 
ftiua  Reynolds.     York,  1783. 

*  374 — 1  Almada  Hill,   an  epiftle  from  Lifbon.     By  William 

Julius  Mickle.     Oxford,  1781. 

— 2  Edwin  and  Eltruda,  a  legendary  tale.  By  a  young 
lady.     London,  1782. 

— 3  A  monody  on  major  Andre.  By  Mifs  Seward.  With 
letters  addreifed  to  her  by  mijor  Andre,  in  the  year 
1769.     Second  edition.     Litchfield,  1781. 

—4  A  poem  to  the  memory  of  lady  Miller.  By  Mifs 
Seward.     London,  1782. 

— 5  Sympathy,  a  poem.  By  Mr.  Pratt.  Sixth  edition. 
London,  1782. 

— 6  The  library,  a  poem.  By  George  Crabbe.  Second 
edition.     London,  1783. 

— 7  The  village,  a  poem.  By  George  Crabbe.  London, 
1783. 

—8  Milton's  Italian  Poems.  Tranflated  by  Doctor  Lang- 
horne.     London,  1776. 

— 9  Owen  of  Carron,  a  poem.  By  Doctor  Langhorne,. 
London,  1778. 

—10  The  wreath  of  fafhion;    or  the  art  of  fentimental 
poetry.     Sixth  edition.     London,  1780. 

«-n  An  elegy  on  the  ancient  Greek  model.     Cambridge, 
1779. 

— 12 


Poetry  and  the  Drama.     Quarto.  301 

— 12  An  ode  to  the  honorable  William  Pitt.     By  William 
Mafon.     London,  1782. 

— 13  An  archseological  epiftle  to  Jeremiah  Miller,  prefident 
of  the  fociety  of  antiquaries.     London,  1782. 

3&1  The  poems  and  mifcellaneous  compofitions  of  Paul  White- 
head; with  notes  on  his  writings,  and  his  life,  written 
by  Edward  Thompfon.     London,  1777. 

*  386 — 1   Keate's  epiftle  to  Angelica  KaufFman.   London,  178 1. 

> — 2  Irwin's  occaiional  epiftles.  Written  during  a  journey 
from  London  to  Bufrah,  in  the  gulf  of  Perfia,  to 
William  Hayley.     London,  1783. 

-—3  Horace's  art  of  poetry,  an  epiftle  to  the  Pifos.  Trans- 
lated into  Englifh,  with  notes,  by  George  Coleman. 
London,  1783. 

*  387—1   Speculation;  or  a  defence  of  mankind,  a  poem.    Lon- 

don, 1780. 

*  412 — 3  The  country  juftice,  a  poem.     London,  1784. 

—4  Fafhion,  anode;  with  other  poems.     London,  1783. 

—5  The  rife  and  progrefs  of  the  Scandinavian  poetry,  a 
poem.     By  Mr.  Jerningham.     London,  1784. 

417  Maurice's  poems  and  mifcellaneous  pieces;  with  a  free 
tranflation  of  the  iEdipus  Tyrannus  -of  Sophocles. 
London,  1779. 

419  Wilkins'  tranflation  of  the  Bhagvat-Geeta;  or  dialogues 
of  Kreefhna  and  Argoon;  with  notes.  From  the  an- 
cient language  of  the  Brahmans.     London,  1785. 

*  431 — 1  The  progrefs  of  refinement,    a  poem.      By  Henry 

James  Pye.     Oxford,  1783. 

—2  Florio,  a  tale;  and  the  Bas  bleu;  or  converfation. 
Two  poems.     By  Hannah  More.     London,  1786. 

. — 3  The  news- paper,  a  poem.  By  George  Crabbe.  Lon- 
don, 1785. 

— 4  Elegies  and  fonnets.     London,  1785. 

*  4^7_i  Courtenay's  poetical  review  of  the  literary  and  moral 

character  of  the  late  Do&or  Samuel  Johnfon.  Third 
edition.     London,  1786. 

— 2  Bozzy  and  Piozzi;  or  the  Britiih  biographers.  A 
town  eclogue.  By  Peter  Pindar,  Efquire.  Third 
edition.     London,  1786. 

^-3  Elegiac  fonnets.  By  Charlotte  Smith.  Third  edition. 
London,  1786. 

*  460 — 2 


-502  Poetry  and  the  Drama.     Quarto. 

#460 2  Shooting,  a  poem.     London,  1784. 

— 3  Landfcapes,  in  verfe.    Taken  in  fpring,  by  the  author 
of  fympathy.     London,  1785. 

*  462 — 1   Edwin;  or  the  emigrant.     An  eclogue.     With  three 

other    poetical    fketches.       By   the    reverend   Mr. 
Coombe.    Philadelphia,  1775. 

— 2  An  exercife,    containing  a  dialogue   and  two  odes. 
Philadelphia,  1767. 

— 3  An  exercife,  containing  a  dialogue  and  an  ode,  on  the 
acceffion  of  George  the  third.     Philadelphia,  1762. 

— 4  Science,  a  poem.  By  Francis  Hopkinfon.  Philadel- 
phia, 1762. 

— 5  Liberty,  a  poem.  By  Rufticus.  Second  editioa. 
Charleftown,  South  Carolina,  1770. 

*  464 — 1  An  ode  on  the  late  glorious  fuccefTes  of  his  majefty's 

arms.     Philadelphia,  1762. 

— 2  A  panegyrick.     By  Strephon.     Philadelphia,  1762. 

— 3  The  court  of  fancy,  a  poem.  By  Thomas  Godfrey. 
Philadelphia,  1762. 

—4  The  manners  of  the  times,  a  fatire.  By  Philadelphi- 
enfis.     Philadelphia,  1762. 

— 5  A  dialogue  on  peace,  held  at  NafTau-hall,  September* 
1763.     Philadelphia,  1763. 

— 10  Liberty,  a  Pindaric  ode.  ,  Philadelphia,  1783. 

*  479 — 6  Oppreflion,    a  poem.      By  an  American.      London 

— 7  Liberty,  a  poem.     By  Rufticus.     Philadelphia,  1769 

*  495 — l  Poems  on  various  fubjecls.     By  Ann  Yearfley,   the 

Clifton  milk- woman.    Being  her  fecond  work.  Lon 
don,  1787. 

—2  The  triumph  of  benevolence;  occafioned  by  the  nati 
onal  defign  of  erecting  a  monument  to  John  How 
ard,  Efquire.     London,  1786. 

— 3  Slavery,  a  poem.    By  Hannah  More.    London,  1788 

497  The  works  of  Peter  Pindar,  Efquire;  with  plates.     Lon 
don,  1787. 

*  504 — 3  A  fearch  after  happinefs,  a  paftoral  drama.    By  Han 

nah  More.     Philadelphia,  1787. 

—4 


Poetry  and  the  Drama,     Quarto.  303 

— 4  A  monody  in  honor  of  the  chiefs  who  have  fallen  in 
the  caufe  of  American  liberty;  and  a  rondelay,  ce- 
lebrating American  independency.  Philadelphia. 
1  his,  and  the  preceding  pamphlet,  the  gift  of  Zachariah 
Poulfon,  junr. 

*  506 — 2  Weft- Indian  eclogues.     London,  1787. 

— 3  The  wrongs  of  Africa,  a  poem.     London,  1787. 

— 4  Slavery,  a  poem.    By  Hannah  More.    London,  1788. 

— 5  Aura;  or  the  (lave,  a  poem.  London,  1788.  This 
volume  the  gift  of  the  Philadelphia  fociety  for  promoting 
the  abolition  of  flavery. 

516  /».  Excerpta  ex  tragcediis  comoediis  Grsecis  emendata  et 
Latinis  verfibus  reddita  ab  Hugone  Crotio.  Grace 
et  Latine.     Parifiis,  1626. 

527  Z.  jEfchyli  tragcediae  VII.  Graecae  cura  Petri  Viclorii. 
Ex  officina  Henrici  Stephani.      1 55 7. 

534  L.  Sophoclis  tragcediae  feptem  una  cum  omnibus  Grsecis 
fcholiis  et  Latina  Viti  Winfemii  interpretatione. 
Excudebat  Paulus  Stephanus.      1603. 

*  562 — 1   The  Englifh  garden,    a  poem.      Book  the  firft.     By 

W.  Mafon.     Second  edition.     London,  1772. 

— 2  The  poem  which  the  committee  of  the  town  of  Bofton 
had  voted  to  be  publifhed;  with  extracTs  from  a 
compofition  never  before  publifhed.     Bofton,  1772. 

—3  An  oration  which  might  have  been  delivered  to  the 
ftudents  in  anatomy,  on  the  late  rupture  between 
the  tw©  fchools  in  this  city.     Philadelphia,  1789. 


OCTAVO. 


304  Poetry  and  the  Drama.     O&avo, 


OCTAVO. 

2  Poems  on  feveral  fubjects.      By  John  Ogilvie.      London,, 

1764. 
6  Poems.     By  M.  Whately.     London,  1763. 

•|*  22  The  works,  in  verfe  and  profe,  of  William  Shenftone. 
3  vols.     London,  1764. 

23")  The  plays  of  William  Shakefpeare;  with  the  corrections 

&  >      and  illuftrations  of  various  commentators.    N°*  23  has 

406  J      alfo  the  notes  of  Doctor  Samuel  Johnfon.     8  vols. 

London,  1765.     And  N0'  409  thofe  of  Hanmer.    6 

vols.     London,  1745. 

f  29  The  works  of  Alexander  Pope;  with  his  laft  corrections, 
additions  and  improvements;  and  the  commentary  and 
notes  of  Mr.  Warburton;  with  plates.  9  vols,  Lon- 
don, 1760. 

65  The  comedies  of  Terence;  with  plates.  Tranflated  into 
blank  verfe,  by  George  Coleman.  Second  edition.  2 
vols.     London,  1768. 

67  The  dramatic  works  of  Aaron  Hill.  To  which  is  added, 
an  account  of  his  life.     2  vols.     London,  1 760. 

119  The  works  of  Monfieur  Boilcau;  with  cuts.  Made  En- 
glifh  from  the  laft  Paris  edition,  by  feveral  hands.  To 
which  is  prefixed,  an  account  of  his  life,  by  Monfieur 
Des  Maizeaux.  Second  edition.  3  vols.  London, 
1736. 

125")  The  Canterbury  tales  of  Chaucer;    modernized  by  feve- 
&    J-      ral  hands.     Publiihed  by  Mr.  Ogle.     3  vols.     Lon- 
313J      don,  1741. 

158  Fables;  with  plates.  By  the  late  Mr.  Gay.  Fourth  edi- 
tion.    London,  1733. 

216  Pcems  on  affairs  of  date,  from  the  time  of  Oliver  Crom- 
well, to  the  year  1707.     4  vols.     London,  1703,  &c. 

232  Abramidies;  or  the  faithfull  patriarch ;  exemplifyed  in  the 
lives  of  Abraham,  Ifaac,  Jacob  and  Jofeph;  an  heroic 
poem.     London,  1705. 

254  Jure  divino,  a  fatyr.  By  the  author  of  the  "True-born 
Englishman."     London,  1706. 

294 


Poetry  and  the  Drama.     O&avo.  305 

294  Poems  upon  feveral  occafions.  By  Mrs.  Leapor.  Lon- 
don, 1748. 

324  The  works  of  Virgil;  in  Latin  and  Englifh.     Tranflated 
by  Chriftopher  Pitt  and  Jofeph  Warton.     With  eiiays 
on  paftoral,  didactic  and  epic  poetry.     4  vols.     Lon- 
'      don,  1753. 

341  Poems  on  feveral  occafions.  By  Stephen  Duck.  London, 
1736. 

376  Plauti  comcedise  cum  notis  Gronovii  et  aliorum.  Amfler* 
dami,  1684. 

"f  398  See  page  41,  (  Civil  Hi/lory.) 

456  The  fhip- wreck,  a  poem.     By  a  failor.     London,  1764. 

477  Paradife  loft,  a  poem;  with  plates.  Bv  John  Milton. 
With  notes  of  various  authors,  bv  Thoma3  Newton. 
Second  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1750. 

489  Poems  by  William  Mafon;  containing  les,  elegies  and 
dramatic  poems.     London,  1764. 

515  Poems  on  feveral  occafions.  By  Jofeph  Mitchell.  2  vols. 
London,  1732. 

J  524  See  page  43,   (Civil  Hijiory.) 

And  page  154,   (Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Syjlem.) 

-■  549  Female  conduct ;  being  an  effay  on  the  art  of  pleafing,  to 
be  praclifed  by  the  fair  fex  before  ind  after  marriage. 
A  poem.  By  Thomas  Marriot.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1760. 

562  The  works  of  Francis  Beaumont  and  John  Fletcher;  col- 
lated with  all  the  former  editions,  and  corre&ed.  With 
not:s.  By  Meifrs.  Theobald,  Seward  and  Sympfon. 
10  vols.     London,  1750. 

f  588  Poems  on  feveral  occafions.  By  Doctor  Thomas  Parnell. 
To  Which  are  added,  t'.ie  life  of  Zoilus;  and  his  remarks 
on  Homer's  battle  of  the  frogs  and  mice.      London, 

1737* 
f  *  603 — 10  See  page  184,  (General  and  local  Politics*) 

604  Poems  on  feveral  occafions.  By  William  Broome.  Se- 
cond edition.     London,  1750. 

f  614  See  page  154,  (Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Syjlem,) 

$65  Ovidii  epiftolarum  heroidum  liber,  in  ufum  delphini.  Lon- 
don, 1737.     Gift  cf  J.  Roberts. 

*  666—1 


306  Poetry  and  the  Drama.     Octavo. 

#  555 — i  The  fhip- wreck,   a  poem.      By  a  failor.     Londcr.? 

— 2  The  pleafures  of  imagination,  a  poem.     By  Doctor 
Akenfide.     London,  1763. 

781  The  poetical  works  of  the  reverend  Edward  Young.  2 
vols.     London,  1741. 

794  Satyrs  upon  the  Jefuits;  written  in  the  year  1679,  and 
fome  other  pieces  by  the  fame  hand*  Fifth  edition. 
London,  1679.      Gift  of  William  Dering, 

854  The  poems  and  tranflations  of  Sir  John  Denham;  with 
the  Sophy,   a  tragedy.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1709. 

904  Poems,  by  the  earl  of  Rofcommon.  To  which  is  added, 
an  effay  on  poetry,  by  the  duke  of  Buckingham;  with 
poems  by  Richard  Duke.     London,  1717. 

914  The  life  and  notable  adventures  of  Don  Quixote  de  la 
Mancha.  Tranflated  into  Hudibraftic  verle.  By  Ed- 
ward Ward.     2  vols.     London,  171 1. 

954  The  thirteene  bookes  of  iEneidos.  Tranflated  into  En- 
glifh  verfe,  by  Thomas  Phaer  and  Thomas  Twyne. 
London,  1607. 

I(«;     (Poems  on  feveral  occafions;   with  fome  other  compofi- 
,         p  \      tions.     By  Nathaniel  Evans.     Philadelphia,  1772. 

1 102")  Orlando  Furiofo;  with  plates.     Tranflated  from  the  Ita- 
&     >      lian  of  Ludovico  Arioflo,    by  John  Hoole.     Vol.  1. 
1263  J      London,  1772.     5  vols.     London,  1783. 

*  1 109 — 1   A  fearch  after  happinefs,  a  paftoral  drama  J  with  Ar- ' 
mine  and  Elvira,   a  legendary  tale.      By  Hannah 
More.     Philadelphia,  1774. 


— 7  See  page  188,  (General  and  local  Politics.) 


*  1 148 — 1  Mifcellaneous  poems.     By  Peter  Markoe.     Philadel- 
phia, 1787. 
— 2  The  times,  a  poem.     By  Peter  Markoe.     Second  edi- 
tion.    Philadelphia,  1788. 

— 3  A  poem  on  divine  revelation;  being  an  exercife  deli- 
vered at  Naffau-hall,  September  28,  1774.  Phila- 
delphia, 1774. 

—4  The  battle  of  Bunker's-hill,  a  dramatic  piece;  with  a 
military  fong.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

—5 


Poetry  and  the  Drama,     O&avo.  307 

— 5  The   fall   of   Britifh   tyranny;    or  American   liberty 
•    triumphant.    A  tragi- comedy.    Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 6  The  group,  a  farce.     Philadelphia,  1775. 

*  1 150— 10  The  fair  thinker;  or  reafon  afferted;  in  a  difTeclion 
of  bigotry  and  devotion;  a  fatire.    London,  1740. 

1 196  Scott's  poetical  works;  with  plates.     London,  1782. 

f  1 22 1  The  pofthumous  works  of  Ifaac  Watts.     2  vols.     Lon- 
don, 1779. 

1227  Warton's  poems.     London,  1777. 

f  *  1246 — 15] 


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25  J>  See  page  191,  (General  and  total  Politics,) 
& 

—27- 

*  1280 — 3   Sir  Eldred  of  the  bower;  and  the  bleeding  rock,  two 

legendary  tales.     By  Hannah  More.     Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1778. 

- — 4  Homer's  hymn   to  Ceres.      TranHated   into   Englilh 
verfe,  by  Richard  Hole.     Exeter,  1781. 

13 17  Jerningham's  poems.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1779. 

*  1323 — 5  Edwy,  a  dramatic  poem.     London,  1784. 

f  1376  The  works  of  Henry  Fielding;  with  plates.  To  which 
is  prefixed,  an  account  of  the  author's  life.  10  vols. 
London,  1784. 

1393  Poems  on  feveral  occafions.  By  Ann  Yearfley,  the  Clif- 
ton milk-woman.  To  which  are  prefixed,  fugitive 
pieces,  by  another  hand.     London,  1785. 

1398  Poems  upon  feveral  occafions,  Engliih,  Italian  and  Latin; 
with  tranflations,  by  John  Milton;  and  notes,  by  Tho- 
mas War  ton.     London,  1785. 

1422  The  poems  of  Gflian.  Tranflated  from  the  Gallic  lan- 
guage, by  James  Macpherfon.    2  vols.    London,  1785. 

f  1423  The  works  of  Arthur  Murphy.     7  vols.     London,  1786. 

1430  The  Minftrel;  with  other  poems.  By  James  Bcattie. 
London,  1784, 

1441  The  poems  of  William  Cowper.  Second  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1786. 

1453  Gray's  poems;  with  notes,  by  Gilbert  Wakefield*  Lon*. 
den,  1786. 

*  1462 — 3 


308  Poetry  and  the  Drama,     O&avo. 

*  1462 — 3  Ancient  Scottifh  poems,    viz.  the  Gaberlunzie-man, 

and  Christ's   Kirk  on  the  green;   with  notes  and 
obiervations,  by  John  Callander.    Edinburgh,  1782. 

1470  The  Lyric  works  of  Horace.  Tranflated  into  Englifh 
vtrfe;  with  a  number  of  original  poems,  by  John  Parke. 
Philadelphia,  1786.     Gift  of  Caleb  Buglafs. 

See  page  196,  (General  and  heal  Polities.) 

*  1525 — 1  The  birth,    parentage   and  education  of  Praife-god 

Barebones;  with  an  election  ballad. 

— 2  The  difappcintment;  or  the  force  of  credulity,  a  new 
American  comic-opera.  By  Andrew  Barton.  New 
York,  1767. 

*  1557 — 1  The  patriot  mufe;  or  poems  on  fome  of  the  principal 

events  of  the  late  war;  with  a  poem  on  the  peace. 
London,  1764. 

-—2  Kawanio  Che  Keeteru;  a  true  relation  of  a  bloody 
battle  fought  between  George  and  Lewis,  in  the 
year  1755. 

—3  Ar.  exercife;  containing  a  dialogue,  and  an  ode  on 
peace.     Philadelphia,  1763. 

—4  Gallic  perfidy,  a  poem.  By  John  Maylem.  Boflon, 
1758. 

«— 5  Poem*  upon  feveral  occafions.     Bofton,  1779. 

—5  The  Kirkia.I;  or  golden  age  of  the  church  of  Scot- 
land.    Edinburgh,  1774. 

■—7  The  London  clergy's  petition  againft  the  Quaker's 
amnnation,  anfwered.     1722. 

~— 8  Beveridge's  familiar  epifiles,  and  other  mifcellaneous 
pieces.     Latin  and  Engliih.     Philadelphia,  1765. 

>— 9  A  poem  on  the  rifing  glory  of  America.  Philadel- 
phia, 1772. 

— 10  The  plan  of  a  performance  of  folemn  mufic,   to  be 
fung  in  the  college  of  Philadelphia.      1765. 

— 11   Refignation;    in  two  parts,  .with  a  poftfeript  to  Mrs. 
B .     Philadelphia,  1764. 

*  1573 — 6  The  battle  of  Bunker's-hill,  a  dramatic  piece;  with  a 

military  fong.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

•—7  The  fall  of  Britifh  tyranny;  or  American  liberty  tri- 
umphant, a  tragi-comedy.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— -"-3 


Poetry  and  the  Drama.     O&avo.  309 

— 8  The  group,  a  farce.     Philadelphia,  1 775. 

— 9  The  group,  a  new  farce.     Bofton,  1775. 

—10  The  prefent  fituation  of  American  affairs,  a  poem. 

— 11   American  liberty,  a  poem.     New  York,  1775. 

— 12  General  Gage's  foliloqu 7.     MS.      1775. 

— 13  A  voyage  to  Boilon,  a  poem.     New  York,  1 775. 

— 14  General  Gage's  confeffion  to  his  ghoftly  father — friar 
Francis.     1775. 

— 16  America  invincible,  an  heroic  poem.     Danvers,  near 
Bofton,  1779. 

*  1594 — 3  See  page  207,   (General  and  local  Politics.) 

"~£  >  See  page  208,  (General  and  local  Politics.) 
-6j 

*  1595 — 1  La  Verite,   ode  a  Monfieur  de  Voltaire.      Londres, 

1765. 

— *2  Le  Barbier  de  Seville  par  M.  de  Beaumarchais.  Paris, 
1776. 

161 7  Burns's  poems;  chiefly  in  the  Scottifh  dialect.    Third  edi- 
tion.    London,  17  87. 

*  1629 — 1   The   patriot  chief,    a  tragedy.       By  Peter  Markoe. 

Philadelphia,  1784.     Gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

— 2  A  journal  from  Philadelphia  to  New  York,  by  way  of 
Burlington  and  South  Amboy.  By  Robert  Slender. 
Philadelphia,  1787. 

—3  The  law  of  Lombardy,  a  tragedy.  By  Robert  Jeph- 
fon.     London,  1779. 

—4  A  poem  on  the  rifing  glory  of  America.  Philadel- 
phia, 1772. 

-—5  Death;  a  poetical  effay.  By  Beilby  Porteus.  Fourth 
edition.  Philadelphia,  1773.  This,  and  the  two 
preceding  pa  ,  the  gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon ',  junr. 

1645  L.  Publii  Virgilii  Maronis  opera  omnia  cum  notis  Serii  et 

aliorum.     Lugduni  Batavorurn,  1652. 

1646  L.  Anna?i   Seneca  tragcedia  cum  notis   Antonii  Thyfii. 

Lugduni  Batavorurn,  i6ci. 

3653  L.  Theocriti  quae  extant  cum  Graecis  fcholiis  notis  et  indi- 
cibus  opera.     Grsece  et  Latine.     Oxonics,  1699. 

1658  L. 


3 1  o  Poetry  and  the  Drama.     Octavo. 

1658  L.  CI.  Claudiani  quae  extant.  Cum  notis  Nicolai  Heinfiis 
et  aliorum  commentariis.   Amftelodami,  1665. 

1671  L.  Abrahami  Couleij  Angli  poemata  Latina.  Londini, 
1668. 

16S0  L.  Sophoclis  tragoediae  feptem  cum  omnibus  Grascis  fcho- 
liis.     Cantabrigiae,  1669. 

1692  L.  Poetae  Minores  Graeci.     Cantabrigiae,  1652. 

1698  L.  M.  Anneus  Lucanus  de  bello  civiii  cum  Hugoni  Gro- 

tii   et  aliorum   notis.      Tom.    II.      Amflelodami, 
1669. 

1 699  L.  Publii  Terentii  comosdiae  fex,  iElii  Donati  commenta- 

rius,  cum  felectis  Guieti  et  variorum  notis.     Lug- 
duni  Batavorum,  1662. 

1700  L,  Apollonii  Rhodii  Argonauticorum  libri  I  v.  ab  Jere- 

mia  Hcelzlino  in  Latinum  converfi.    Lugduni  Bata- 
vorum,  1 64 1. 

1702  L.  Menandri  et  Philemonis  Reliquiae  quot-quot  reperiri 

potuerunt;    Graece   et   Latine   cum   notis   Hugoni 
Grotii  et  Joannis  Clerici.     Amitelodami,  1 709. 

1703  L.  M.  Valerii  Martialis  epigrammata  cum  notis  Farnabii 

et  variorum.     Lugduni  Batavorum,  1 670. 

1708  L.  M.  Terentii  opera  omnia  quae  extant  cum  notis  jofephi 
Scaligeri  et  aliorum.  His  accedunt  tabulae  naufragii 
feu  fragmenta  ejufdem.     Durdrechti,  1619. 

1 746  Z.  Catulli  Tibulli  et  Propertii  nova  editio :  Jofephus  Sca- 
liger  receniuit  et  caftigavit.     Lutetiae,  1577. 

1800  Modern  manners;  or  the  country  coufins.     In  a  feries  of 
poetical  epiftles.     Second  edition.     London,  1782, 


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DUODECIMO. 

it  A  colle&ion  of  poems,  by  feveral  hands.  Publifhed  by 
R.  and  J.  Dodfley.     6  vols.     London,  1758. 

15  Hervey's  contemplations  on  a  flower  garden,  done  into 
blank  verfe.  By  T.  Newcomb.  London,  1757.  Gift 
of  George  Noarth,  junr, 

3  3 1  Poems  upon  feveral  occafions,  by  John  Pomfret;   with 
&  >      fome  account  of  his  lrfe  and  writings.     To  which  are 
435  3      added,  his  remains.     Tenth  edition.     London,  1736. 
Twelfth  edition.     London,  1753. 

35!  Dryden's  fables,  ancient  and  modern.     Tranflated  into 
&  >      verfe  from  Homer,  Ovid,  Boccace  and  Chaucer;  with 
326  J      original  poems.     London,  1721. 

3    /  Poems  upon  feveral  occafions.     By  Matthew  Prior.     2 
f      vols.     London,  1725  and  1754. 

46  Titus  Lucretius  Carus  his  fix  books  of  Epicurean  philofo- 
phy.  Tranflated  into  Englifh  verfe,  with  notes.  Fourth 
edition.     London,  1699. 

59  Quinti  Horatii  epiftolae  ad  Pifones  et  Auguftum.  With 
an  Englifh  commentary  and  notes.  To  which  are  add- 
ed, two  diflertations — one,  of  the  provinces  of  dra- 
matic poetry;  and  the  other,  on  poetical  imitation. 
Second  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1753. 

61  Oeuvres  de  Boileau  Defpreaux.  IV.  toms.  Amfterdam, 
1729. 

77  The  Messiah.  Attempted  from  the  German,  by  Mr. 
Klopftock.     2  vols.     London. 

79  The  dramatic  works  of  John  Home.     London,  1740. 

90  Jerufalem  delivered,  an  heroic  poem.  Tranflated  from 
the  Italian  of  Torquato  Taflb,  by  John  Hoole.  Se- 
cond edition.     London,  1764. 

1 13  A  poetical  dictionary;  or  the  beauties  of  the  Englifh  poets 
alphabetically  difplayed.     4  vols.     London,  176 1. 

126  The  odes,  fatyrs  and  epiftles  of  Horace.     Tranflated  into 
Englifh,  by  Mr.  Creech.    Fifth  edition.    London,  1730. 

142  The  poems  of  Ifaac  Watts,    chiefly  of  the  Lyric  kind. 
Ninth  edition.     London,  175 1. 

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Poetry  and  the  Drama.      Eucdecim6. 

The  works  of  Abraham  Cowley;  with  an  account  of  his 
life  and  writings,  by  Doctor  Sprat,  buhopof  Rochefter, 
Twelfth  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1721. 

The  death  of  Abel,  in  five  books.  Attempted  from  the 
German  of  Mr.  Gefner,  by  Mary  Collier.  Sixth  edi- 
tion.    London,  1764. 

174  The  feafons;  with  plates.  By  James  Thompfon.  Edin- 
burgh, 1 761. 

178  The  art  of  Englifh  poetry.  By  Edward  Bysfhe.  Eighth 
edition.     2  vols.     London,  1737. 

i88l  A  poetical  tranflation  of  the  works  of  Horace;  with  the. 

&   >      original  text  and  notes,  collected  from  the  belt.  Latin 

1893      and  French  commentators  on  that  anchor.     By  Philip 

Francis.      Second  edition.      4  vols.      London,  1747. 

Sixth  edition.     London,  1756. 

?    I  Lucaii's  Pharfalia.      Tranflated   into  Englifh  verfe,   by 
f      Nicholas  Rowe.     2  vols.     London,  1753. 

199  A  new  verfion  of  the  plalms  of  David.  By  Sir  Richard 
Blackmore.     London,  1721. 

21 81  The  odyiTey  of  Homer.     Tranflated  from  the  Greek  into 
&   J*      Englifh  verfe.     By  Alexander  Pope.      London,  1 745 
219  J      and  1752. 

221  The  works  of  John  Oldham;  with  his  remains.  To  which 
are  added,  memoirs  of  his  life,  and  explanatory  notes. 
2  vols.     London,  1722. 

£'  I  Poems  on  feveral  occafions.     By  John   Gay.      2   vols.. 
261  J      London,  1753. 

259  Nuptial  dialogues  and  debates;  or  an  ufeful  profpect  of 
the  felicities  and  difcomforts  of  a  married  life.  By  Ed- 
ward Ward.     Fourth  edition.     2  vols.    London,  1759. 

275  The  Britifh  mufe ;  or  a  collection  of  thoughts,  moral,  na- 
tural and  fublime,  of  our  Englifh  poets,  who  flourifhed 
in  the  fixteenth  and  feventeenth  centuries;  digelted 
alphabetically.  By  Thomas  Hayward.  3  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1738. 

277  The  works  of  James  Thompfon;  with  his  lafl:  editions  and 
improvements.     4  vols.     London,  1757. 

284  The  complaint;  or  night- thoughts  on  life,  death  and 
immortality.  To  which  is  added,  a  paraphrafe  of  the 
book  of  Job.     By  Edward  Young.     London,  1755. 

291 


Foetry  and  the  Drama,     Duodecimo.  313 

•  291  Original  poems  and  tranflations,  by  John  Dryden.    2  vols. 
London,  1743. 

306  Ovid's  metamorphofes.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  feve- 
ral  hands.  Third  edition,  with  great  improvements, 
by  Mr.  Sewell.     London,  1733. 

327  The  fatyrs  of  Decimus  Junius  Juvenalis,  and  of  Anlius 
Perfius  Flaccus.  Tranflated  into  Englifh  verfe,  by  Mr. 
Dryden  and  feveral  other  hands.  To  which  is  prefixed, 
a  difcourfe  concerning  the  original  and  progrefs  of  fa- 
tyr.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1726. 

358  The  difpenfary,  a  poem;  in  fix  cantos.  Ninth  edition. 
London,  1726. 

371  Paradife  loft,  a  poem;  in  twelve  books.  By  John  Milton. 
To  which  is  prefixed,  an  account  of  his  life.  Fourteenth 
edition.     London,  1730. 

376  Bafiliade;  or  the  book  of  truth  and  nature,  an  epic  poem. 
Tranflated  from  an  original  manufcript  of  the  Indian 
Bramin  and  philofopher,  Pilpay.  2  vols.  London,  176 1. 
Gift  of  James  Reed. 

392")  Poetical  mifcellanies,  confiding  of  original  poems  and 
&  >  tranflations,  by  the  beft  hands.  Published  by  Sir  Rich- 
393 3      ard  Steele.     Second  edition.     London,  1727. 

*  394 — 1   The  death  of  Adam,  a  tragedy,  in  three  acls.     From 
the  German  of  Mr.  Klopftock.     London,  1763. 

401  Cronzeck's  Arminius;  or  Germania  freed.  Tranflated 
from  the  third  German  edition.   2  vols.   London,  1764. 

418  Ovid's  epiftles;  with  his  amours.  Tranflated  into  Englifh 
verfe,  by  the  mod  eminent  hands,     London,  1 748. 

f  434  See  page  150,   (Mythology.) 

447  The  fatyrs  of  Perfius.  Tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  Tho- 
mas Sheridan.     London,  1739. 


452J 


tier's  Hudibras ;  with  plates.      Written  in  the  time  of 
the  late  wars.     London,  1732. 


466  Davideis;  the  life  of  David,  king  of  Ifrael,  a  facred  poem. 
By  Thomas  Ellwocd.    Second  edition.     London,  1722. 

511  Creation,  a  philofophical  poem.  By  Sir  Richard  Black- 
more.  Demonftrating  the  exiftence  and  providence  of 
God.     London,  17 15. 

5 1 6  Poems  upon  feveral  occafions.  Second  edition.  London, 
1716. 

R  r  530 


314  Poetry  and  J  he  Drama.     Duodecimo. 

530  Fables.     By  the  late  Mr.  Gay.     2  vols.     London,  1757, 

f  538  The  works,  in  verfe  and  profe,  of  Doctor  Thomas  ParnelL 
Glafgow,  1755. 

540  The  works  of  Moliere.     5  vols.     Glafgow,  1751. 

561  New  Bath. guide;  or  memoirs  of  the  B — r — d  family;  in 
a  feries  of  poetical  epiftles.  Fifth  edition.  London, 
1767. 

603  The  poems  of  John  Dyer.     London,  1761. 

604  The  works  of  Metaftafio.     Tranflated  from  the  Italian, 

by  John  Hoole.     2  vols.     London,  1767. 

608  Leonidas,   a  poem.     By  R.  Glover.     2  vols.     London, 

1770. 

609  Providence,    an  allegorical  poem.      By  John  Ogilvie. 

Bofton,  1766. 

611  Poems,  chiefly  pafloral.  By  John  Cunningham.  New- 
Caftle,  1 771. 

613  The  poetical  works  of  John  Langhorne.  2  vols,  Lon- 
don, 1766. 

*  620 — 3  Poems   on  feveral  occafions.      By  Elizabeth  Carter. 

London,  1766. 

627  Fables.     By  William  Wilkie.     London,  1768. 

682  Mafon's  Englifh  garden,  a  poem.  With  a  commentary 
and  notes,  by  William  Burgh.     York,  1783. 

687  Sacred  dramas;  with  Senfibility,  a  poem.  By  Hannah 
More.     Second  edition.     London,  1782. 

•  702  Nichols's  felecl  collection  of  poems;  with  notes.     Second 

edition.     8  vols.     London,  1780. 

f  703  Euphrofyne ;  or  amufements  on  the  road  of  life.  By  the 
author  of  the  fpiritual  Quixote.  2  vols.  London, 
1780. 

704  Infancy;  or  the  management  of  children;  a  didactic  poem. 
By  Hugh  Downman.     Edinburgh,  1776. 

709  Aiken's  eiTay  on  the  application  of  natural  hiftory  to  poe- 

try.    Warrington,  1777. 

710  Guarini's  faithful  fhepherd,  a  dramatic  paftoral.     Tranf- 

lated into  Englifh  from  the  Paftor  Fido,   by  William 
Grove.     Second  edition.     London,  1783. 


t  *  714—37 
t  *  792 — I J 


See  page  in,  (Geography  and  Tocography.) 

*  715-3 


Poetry  and  the  Drama.    Duodecimo.         3 1 5 

The  Chriftian,  a  poem;  with  notes,  a  preface  in  de- 
fence of  Chriftianity,  and  an  addrefs  to  the  people 
of  America.  By  Charles  Crawford.  To  which 
are  added,  his  mifcellaneous  poems.  Philadelphia, 
1783.     N0,  715  and  778,  the  gift  of  the  author. 

733  The  works  of  Richard  Savage,  fon  of  the  earl  of  Rivers. 
To  which  is  prefixed,  an  account  of  the  life  and  writ- 
ings of  the  author,  by  Doctor  Samuel  Johnfon.  2  vols. 
London,  1777. 

742  Boyd's  tranflation  of  the  Inferno  of  Dante  Alighieri  in 
Engliih  verle;  with  notes,  the  life  of  Dante,  and  a 
fpecimen  of  a  new  tranflation  of  the  Orlando  Furiofo 
of  Ariofto.     2  vols.     London,  1785. 

744  Moral  fables.     Edinburgh,  1784. 

752  Poems  on  feveral  occafions.  Written  in  Pennfylvania. 
Philadelphia,  1786. 

761  Thoughts  in  prifon;  and  other  mifcellaneous  pieces.  By 
William  Dod.  With  an  account  of  the  author,  and  a 
lift  of  his  works.     Second  edition.     London,  1781, 

767  Poems  on  feveral  occafions.  By  Edward  Lovibond. 
London,  J  785. 

771  Lofft's  tranflation  of  the  firft  and  fecond  Georgic,  in 
blank  verfe.     London,  1783. 

779  Poems.  By  Helen  Maria  Williams.  Vol.  1.  London, 
1786. 

792 — 2  McFmgal,  an  epic  poem.     Hartford,  1782. 

— 3  The  Britiih  prifon-fhip,  a  poem;  with  a  poem  on  the 
death  of  captain  Biddle.     Philadelphia,  1781. 

793 — 2  D'Foe's  true-born  Englifhman,  a  fatyr.    Philadelphia, 

1778. 

— 3  A  poetical  epiftle  to  general  Wafhington.     Philadel- 
phia, 1 781. 

-—4  Winchefter's  hymns;  fuited  to  the  prefent  times.     Se- 
cond edition.     Baltimore,  1776. 

— 5  A   demonftration  of  the  luccefiion  of  the  firft  Englifh 
bifhops.     1766. 

803 — 5  Des  poemes  et  vers,  en  Francois.     (Title page  loft.) 

836 — I  Ad  vis  familiers  par  un  Zelateur  de  la  profperite  des 
pai's-bas.     Sur  le  bruit  d'une  treve.      1608. 

—2  Le  triomphe  de  la  ligue.     A  Leyde,  1607. 

843  Les  csuvres  de  Moliere.     IV.  toms.     A  la  Haye,  1725* 

s5i 


316  Poetry  and  the  Drama.     Duodecimo. 

851   Whitehead's  poems;    with  memoirs  of  his  life  and  writ- 
ings, by  W.  Mafon.     Vol.  3.     York,  1788. 

855  The  vifion  of  Columbus,  a  poem.    By  Joel  Barlow.    Lon- 
don, 1787. 

*  856 — 1   Henry  and  Acafto,    a  moral  tale.      By  Brian  Hill. 

Third  edition.     London,  1786. 

861  Fordyce's  poems.     London,  1786. 

j-  864  The  miscellaneous  works,  in  verfe  and  profe,  of  Philip 
Freneau.  Written  chiefly  during  the  late  war.  2  vols. 
Philadelphia,  1786  and  1788. 

*  869 — 1  The  fchool  for  fcandal,  a  comedy.     By  R.  B.  Sheri- 

dan.    New  York,  1786. 

. — 2  The  Weft  Indian,  a  comedy.  By  the  author  of  the 
Brothers.  Belfaft,  1774.  This  volume  the  gift  of 
Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

*  87! — 1   The  dragon  of  Wantley,  aburlefque  opera.    London. 

— 2  McFingal,  a  modern  epic  poem.  Hartford,  1782. 
This  volume  the  gift  of  Zachariah  Pou/fon,  junr. 

873  Poems  on  feveral  occafions.     Englifh  and  Latin.     By  Jo- 
feph  Addiibn.    Glafgow,  1751.     Gift  of  Zachariah  Foul- 
fori,  junr. 

*  874 — 1   An  eflay  on  man.      By  Alexander  Pope.     With  his 

univerfal  prayer.     Philadelphia,  1778. 

—2  Effufions  of  female  fancy.  By  a  young  lady,  native 
of  America.     New  York,  1784. 

— 4  The  lamentations  of  a  fow,  on  a  late  thankfgiving- 
day,  at  Danbury,  in  Connecticut,  1778.  This  v+> 
lume  the  gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon,  junr. 

*  875 — 4  Poems  by  Hannah  More,    viz.   "  Senfibility;"   and 

"  Reflections   of   king   Hezekiah."      Philadelphia, 
1 785.      Gift  of  Mejfrs.  Toung,  Stewart  and  M'Culloch. 

879  L.  Titi  Lucretii  Cari  de  rerum  natura,  libri  fex.    Londini, 

882  L.  M.  Joannis  Buchleri  Thefaurus  Poeticus  a  Baxio  auctus 

juxta  feriem  alphabeticam.     (Title page  loft.) 

883  L.  II  Petrarcha  con  l'efpofiticne  d'Alefiandro  Velutello. 

In  Venetia,  1552. 

888  L.  Hugonis  Grotii  poemata.     Londini,  1639. 

890  L.  Auli  Perfii  Flacci  Satyrae  VI.  cum   pofthumis  com- 
mentariis  Joannis  Bond.     Amftelodami,  1659. 

900  L* 


Poetry  and  the  Drama.     Duodecimo.  317 

900  L.  Catulli  Tibulli  et  Propertii  opera.     Londini,  17 15. 

901  L.  Publii  OviJii  Nafonis  opera  tomi  III.     Amftelodami, 

1661. 

913  L.  CEuvres  de  Racine.       Deux  toms.      AAmfterdam, 

1709. 

914  L.  Les  CEuvres  de  M.  de  Moliere  ornees  de  figures  en 

taille  douce.     Deux  toms.     A  Amfterdam,  171 3. 

915  L.  Publii  Terentii  comcedias  fex.     Londini,  1713. 

923  L.  Ariftophanis  comcedias  undecim,  Grasce  et  Latine  cum 
emendationibus  Jofephi  Scaiigeri.  Lugduni  Bata- 
vorum,  1624. 

927  L.  Homeri  Ilias  et  Odyfiasa.  Greece  et  Latine,  cum  ejuf- 
dem  Batrachomyomachia  Hymnis  et  Epigrammati- 
bus.     Apud  Johan.  Vignon.     Tomi  II.     1609. 

933  L.  M.  Accii  Plauti  comcedias  fuperftites  XX.  Amftelo- 
dami,  1629. 

945  Z.  Silius  Italicus  de  fecundo  bello  Punico.    Amfterodami, 

1631. 

946  L.  Virgilii  opera.      Nic.  Heinfius  recenfuit.      UitrajefH, 

1704. 

948  L,  Georgii  Buchanani  pcemata  quas  extant.  Amfteloda- 
mi,  1676. 

950  L.  Euphormionis  Lufinini  five  Joannis  Barclaii  Satyricon. 

Amftelodami,  1664. 

951  L.  Marcelli  Palingenii   Steilati   zodiacus  vitas.      Parifiis, 

1564. 

954  L.  Publii  Terentii  comcedias.     Cantabrigiae,  1701. 

956  L.  CI.  Clandiani  quae  extant.     Amftelodami,  1650. 

962  L,  Pindari  Olympia  Pythia  Nemea  Ifthmia.  Casterorum 
octo  Lyricorum  carmina  Alcaei,  Sapphus,  Stefichori, 
Ibyci,  Anacreontis,  Bacchylidis,  Simonidis,  Alc- 
manis,  nonnulla  etiam  aliorum.  Oliaa  Pauli  Ste- 
phani,  1702. 

964  L.  Phaedri  Fabularum  JEfopiarum  libri  V.  cum  fabulis  ex 
MS.  veteri  quibufdam  et  aliis  tam  Graecis  quam 
Latinis  variis  authoribus.     Londini,  1 713. 

971  L.  Quinti  Horatii  Flacci  poemata,  annotationibus  Joannis 
Bond  illuftrata.     Londini,  1670. 

977  L.  Aufonii  Burdigaienfis  opera  a  Jofepho  Scaligero  emen- 
data.     Lugduni,  1575. 

979  L> 


-5 1 8  Poetry  and  the  Drama,     Duodecimo. 

979  L.  IlPetrarca.     In  Lione,  1587. 

981  jL.  Lucii  Annasi  Senecas  tragcedise.     Ex  ofHcina  PlautinU 
ana,  1601. 

992  The  works  of  James  Thompfon.    2  vols.    London,  1750. 

£94  The  works  of  Thomas  Otway.     3  vols.     London,  1757. 

t  995  ^^e  wor-s  °f  Alexander  Pope;  containing  his  tranfiaticns 
and  imitations;  with  plates.     9  vols.     London,  1 75 1. 

999  Les  tragedies  de  M.  Racine.     A  Paris,  1670. 

*  1007 — 5  A  demonftration  of  the  uninterrupted  fucceflion  ,ar.d 
confecration  of  Englifh  bifhops;  being  an  extract 
from  Mr.  Ward's  fecond  canto  of  his  "  England's 
reformation." 


II.  Works 


Works  of  Fiflion,  Wit  and  Humor.     Folio.     319 


II.     Works  of  Fiflion,  Wit  and  Humor. 


FOLIO. 

418  /^l  AMBADO's  Academy  for  grown  horfemcn;  with 
VJT   plates.     London,  1787. 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

40  The  adventures  of  Telemachus,  the  fon  of  UlyiTes.  Tranf- 
lated  from  the  French  of  Fenelon,  archbiinop  of  Cam- 
bray,   by  John  Hawkefworth.     London,  176S. 


OCTAVO. 

145 1  The  fables  of  ^Efop,  and  other  eminent  mythologies; 
&    J-      with  morals  and  reflections,  by  Sir  Roger  L'Eftrange. 
2 10  J      Eighth  edition.     London,  1738. 

*  227 — 4  Saxon  hiftorie,  of  the  admirable  adventures  of  Clodo- 
aldvs  and  his  three  children.  Tranflated  from  the 
French.     London,  1634. 

f  257  See  page  149,  (Mythology.) 

333  Friendfhip  in  death;  in  letters  from  the  dead  to  the  living. 
To  which  are  added,  letters,   moral  and  entertaining, 
in  profe  and  verfe.      By  Elizabeth  Rowe.     London, 
J  1750. 

352  Fenelon's  tales  and  fables,  in  French  and  Englifh.  To 
which  is  prefixed,  an  account  of  the  author's  life. 
London,  1736. 

493 


/ 


3'2o    Works  of  Fi&ion,  Wit  and  Humor.     Octavo. 

493  An  hiftorical  and  geographical  description  of  Formofa; 
with  a  relation  of  what  happened  to  the  author  in  his 
travels;  alfo,  the  hiftory  and  reafons  of  his  converfion 
to  Chriftianity;  with  plates.  By  George  Pialmanaazaar. 
London,  1705. 

*  603 — 11   Seepage  184,   (General  and  local  Politics.) 

637  Travels  into  feveral  remote  nations  of  the  world.  By 
captain  Lemuel  Gulliver.     Vol.  1.     London,  1726. 

659  The  war  of  the  beads,  a  fable;  to  ferve  for  the  hiftory  of 
the  eighteenth  century.  Tranilated  from  the  French. 
London,  1758. 

746  An  enay  on  the  art  of  ingenioufly  tormenting;  with  pro- 
per rules  for  the  exercife  of  that  pleafant  art.  Second 
edition.     London,  1757. 

828  Dialogues  of  the  dead.     Third  edition.     London,  1760. 

846  A  tale  of  a  tub;  with  an  account  of  a  battle  between  the 
ancient  and  modern  books  in  Saint  James's  library. 
By  Dean  Swift.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1710. 

890  The  caftle  of  Otranto,  a  Gothic  ftory.  Third  edition. 
London,  1766. 

1 197  Tyer's  political  conferences  between  feveral  great  men,  in 
the  laft  and  prefent  century;  with  notes.  Second  edi- 
tion.    London,  1781. 

*  1388 — 4  Criticifms  on  the  Rolliad.     Second  edition.     London, 

1449  An  Arabian  tale;  from  an  unpublifhed  manufcript;  with 
notes.     London,  1786. 

*  1467 — 1   A  fpecimen  of  the  natural  hiftory  of  the  various  or- 

ders of  monks,  after  the  manner  of  the  Linnean 
fyftem;  with  plates.  Tranilated  from  the  Latin. 
London,  1783. 

1533  L'elogede  la  folie,  par  Erafme.  Traduit  par  M.  Guende- 
ville.     A  Amfterdam,  1 731. 

*  1565 — 8  An  account  of  Sufanna  Stout's  flight  to  the  celeftial 

regions.  Tranilated  from  the  German.  Philadel- 
phia, 1768. 

*  1573 — 15  Anticipation;  containing  the  fubftance  of  his  majes- 

ty* s  fpeech  to  both  houfes;  and  the  debates  in  par- 
liament.    Sixth  edition.     Philadelphia,  1779- 

—17  De  Sartine's  green  box.   Tranilated  from  the  French. 
Fifth  edition.     London,  1779. 

*  *  1588-13 


Works  of  Fiction,  Wit  and  Humor.     O&avo.     321 

*  1588 — 13  The  countryman's  lamentation,  on  the  neglect  of  a 

proper  education  of  children;  with  an  addrefs  to 
the  inhabitants  of  New  Jerfey.   Philadelphia,  1 762. 

*  1629—6  The  paflionate  lovers,   a  fentimental  hhlory.     Phila- 

delphia, 1785.      Gift  of  Zacharlak  Poulfon,  junr. 

1668  L.  Jo.  Barclaii  Argenis.  Lugduni  Batavorum  et  Rotero- 
dami,  1664. 

1750  L.  Stultitiae  laus  Defiderii  Erafmi  declamatio,  cum  com- 
mentariis  Ger.  Liftrii,  et  iiguris  Jo.  Holbenii.  Ba- 
fileae,  1676. 


DUODECIMO. 

47  Utopia.  Written  in  Latin  by  Sir  Thomas  More.  Tranf- 
lated  into  Engliih.     London,  1684. 

60  Vida  y  Hechos  del  ingenios  o  hidalgo  Don  Quixote  de  la 
Mancha.     II.  torn.     En  Amberes,  17 19. 

71   Belifarius.     By  Marmontel.     London,  1768. 

73  The  triumvirate;  or  the  authentic  memoirs  of  A,  B  and 
C.     2  volumes  in  one.     London,  1764. 

9    /  The  vicar  of  Wakefield,    a  tale.     2  vols.     Philadelphia, 

4*33        " 

95  Friendfhip  in  death;  in  letters  from  the  dead  to  the  living. 
To  which  are  added,  letters,  moral  and  entertaining, 
m  profe  and  verfe.  By  Elizabeth  Rowe,  2  vols. 
London,  1753. 

105  The  memoirs  of  Mifs  D'Arville;  or  the  Italian  female 
philofopher.  Tranflated  from  the  Italian.  2  vols. 
London,  1764. 

207  The  adventures  of  Telemachus;  with  the  adventures  of 
Ariftoncus.  Written  by  the  archbiftiop  of  Cambray. 
Tranflated  by  I.  Littlebury  and  A.  Boyer.  Twelfth 
edition.     2  vols.     London,  1728. 

217  A  tale  of  a  tub;  with  an  account  of  a  battle  between  the 
ancient  and  modern  books  in  St.  James's  library.  By 
Dsan  Swift.     Eighth  edition.     London,  1733. 

S  s 


322  Works  of  Fiction,  Wit  and  Humor.     Duodecimo, 

233  Chryfal;  or  the  adventures  of  a  Guinea.  By  an  Adept. 
4  vols.     London,  1775. 

239  Philofophical  vifions;  by  the  author  of  the  Jewifli  letters. 
London,  1757. 

250  The  reverie;  or  a  flight  to  the  paradife  of  fools.  By  the 
editor  of  "  The  adventures  of  a  Guinea."  2  vols. 
London,  1763. 

296  The  political  hiftory  of  the  Devil;  containing,  his  ori- 
ginal, the  ft  ate  of  his  circumstances,  his  public  and 
private  conduct,  &c.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1 754. 

299  The  comical  works  of  M.  Scarron;  containing  his  ro- 
mance of  a  company  of  ftage-players;  and  his  novels, 
hiftories,  felect  letters,  characters,  &c.  Translated  by 
Mr.  Brown  and  others.  Seventh  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1759. 

3 1 8  Truth  in  a  mafk.     By  Philip  Skelton.     London,  1 744. 

J  324  See  page  68,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 
And  page  1 50,  (Mythology.) 

325  The  adventures  of  Telemachus,  the  fon  of  Ulyfles.  Writ- 
ten by  the  archbifhop  of  Cambray.  A  new  tranflation, 
revifed  by  M.  Des  Maizeux.     2  vols.     London,  1 742. 

365  The  adventures  of  David  Simple;  containing  an  account 
of  his  travels  through  the  cities  of  London  and  Weft- 
minfter,  in  fearch  of  a  real  friend.  By  a  lady.  5  vols. 
London,  1744. 

372  Fontenelle's  dialogues  of  the  dead.  Tranflated  from  the 
French,  by  John  Hughes.  To  which  are  added,  two 
original  dialogues.     Third  edition.     Dublin,  1735. 

431  Yorick's  fentimental  journey  through  France  and  Italy. 
4  vols.     London,  1768. 

467 1  The  hiftory  of  Raflelas,  prince  of  Abiflinia,  a  tale.    By 
&    >      Doctor  Samuel  Johnfon.      Sixth  edition.      London, 
483  J      1783.     2  vols.     London,  1760. 

482  Longfword,  earl  of  Salisbury,  an  hitlorical  romance.  2 
vols.     London,  1762. 

534  A  trip  to  the  moon;  containing  an  account  of  the  ifland 
Noibla;  its  inhabitants,  religious  and  political  cuftoms, 
&c.  By  Sir  Humphrey  Lunatic.  2  vols.  London, 
1765. 

572  The  adventures  of  Roderick  Random.     2  vols.     1772. 

617  The  life  and  adventures  of  Common  Senfe.  Second  edi- 
tion.    2  vols.     London,  1771. 

*3# 


Works  of  Fiftion,  Wit  and  Humor.     Duodecimo.  323 

6$o  Lexiphanes,  a  dialogue ;  imitated  from  Lucian,  and  fuit- 
ed  to  the  prefent  times.  Second  edition.  London, 
1767. 

638  Juliet  Grenville;  or  the  hiftory  of  the  human  heart.  By 
Mr.  Brooke.     2  vols.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

647  Lettres  d'une  Peruvienne.     A  Amfterdam,  1764. 

648  Lettres  Perfanes.     A  Cologne,  1744. 

649  Le  Roman  efpagnol.     Par  Montemayor.    A  Paris,  1735. 

657  Lettres  d'Emerance  a  Lucie.  II.  toms.  Londres,  1765. 
Gift  of  Francis  Dayman* 

696  Keate's  (ketches  from  nature.  Third  edition.  2  vols. 
London,  1782. 

705  Marmontel's  Incas;  or  the  deftruction  of  Peru.  2  vols. 
London,  1777. 

713  A  father's  inftructions ;  confifting  of  moral  tales,  fables, 
and  reflections.     Fifth  edition.     Warrington,  1781. 

722  The  hiftory  of  Sandford  and  Merton.  Second  edition. 
Vol.  1.     London,  1784. 

*  730—2  Modern  characters  for  1778,  by  Shakefpear.     Second 
edition.     London,  1778. 

731  The  children's  friend.  Tranilated  from  the  French  of 
M.  Berquin.     6  volumes  in  one.     London,  1783. 

746  Eugenius;    or   anecdotes   of   the  golden  vale.      2  vols. 

London,  1785. 

747  Pamela;  or  virtue  rewarded.     In  a  feries  of  letters.     By 

Samuel  Richardfon.  Twelfth  edition.  4  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1785. 

749  Clariffa;  or  the  hiftory  of  a  young  lady;  comprehending 

the  moft  important  concerns  of  private  life.  By  Sa- 
muel Richardfon.     8  vols.     London,  1785. 

750  The  hiftory  of  Sir  Charles  Grandifon.     In  a  feries  of  let- 

ters. By  Samuel  Richardfon.  Seventh  edition.  7 
vols.     London,  1781. 

751  Tales  of  the  cattle;  or  ftories  of  inftruclion  and  delight. 

Written  in  French,  by  Madame  de  Genlis.  Tranilated 
into  Englifh,  by  Thomas  Holcroft.  Second  edition. 
5  vols.     London,  1785. 

75* 


32*4  Works  of  Fifiion,  Wit  and  Humor.  -  Duodecimo. 

>jf$  A  philofophical,  hiitorical  and  moral  eflay  on  old  maids. 
By  a  friend  to  the  fifterhood.  Second  edition.  3  vols, 
London,  1786. 

774  The  praife  of  folly.  Translated  from. the  Latin  of  Eraf- 
mus,  by  W."  Kennet;  with  cuts,  by  Hans  Holbeine. 
To  whi  .h  a:  e  prefixed,  the  author's  epiftle  to  Sir  Thomas 
More,  and  the  life  of  the  author,  by  Thomas  Brown. 
Eighth  edition.     London. 

781  The  forrows  of  Werter,  a, German  fiory.    London,  1786. 

*  789 — 7  A  fermon  on  Michael  Morin.     1718. 

*  792 — 4  The  Wilkiad,  a  tale.     Edinburgh*  1763. 

*  798 — 1  The  hiftory  of  the  feven  wife  mailers  of  Rome;  with 

cuts.     Sixtieth  edition.     Dublin,  1757. 

*  806—  1  Le  Coufin  de  Mahomet.     I.  torn.     Conftantinople. 

822  Le  chef  d'ceuvre  d'un  inconnu.     A  la  Haye,  1714. 

863  Moral  and  inftructive  tales  for  the  improvement  of  young 
ladies.     London. 

872  Julia  de  Roubigne,   a  fentimental  novel.     Third  edition. 
2  vols.     Philadelphia,  1782.     Gift  of  Zachariah  PouIfont 
junr* 

*  374_3  Advice  to  the   officers  of    die  Britifli  army.      New 

York,  1783.      Gift  of  Zachariah  Paul/on,  junr, 

931   L.  Defiderii   Erafmi    Roterodami  Colloquia.      Lugduni 
Batavorum,  1636. 

966  L.  Petronii  Arbitri  Satyricon.     Amfterodami,  1626. 

968   L.  iEfopi  et  aliorum  fabulse.     (No  tide  page.) 

10 15  Eloifa;  or  a  feries  of  original  letters,  collected  and  pub- 
lifhed  by  J.  J.  Rouffeau.  Tranflated  from  the  French. 
A  new  edition;  to  which  is  added,  "  The  fequel  of  Ju- 
lia i  or  the  New  Eluua."     4  vols.     London,  1784. 


HL     The 


The  Fine  Arts.     Folio.  325 


III.     The  Fine  Arts. 

/ 

FOLIO. 

**97    A   C0LLECTI0N  °f  Pr'nts-    Defigned,  engravea 
&    > jLjl  and  publiihed  by  William  Hogarth.      London, 
1 30  J  17^4- 

288  Kirby's  perfpeclive  plates.  (For  explanation  fee  N0t  243 
quarto,  below.) 

$  292  See  page  149,  (Mythology.) 

306  Keroicse  virtutis  imagines ;  quas  eques  Petrus  Berrettinus 
Cortonenfis  pinxit  Florentine  in  aedibus  SerenifT.  Magni 
ducis  Hetrurise  in  tribus  cameris  Jovis,  Martis,  et  Ve- 
neris. Cura,  et  fumptibus  Joannis  Jacobi  de  Rubeis. 
Rorns,  1 69 1. 


QUARTO. 

94  The  practice  of  perfpe&ive ;  or  an  eafy  method  of  repre- 
fenting  natural  objects  according  to  the  rules  of  art; 
with  plates.  Written  in  French,  by  a  Jefuit  at  Paris, 
and  tranflated  into  Englifh,  by  E.  Chambers.  Third 
edition.     London,  T749. 

*  160 — 4I  The  analyfis  of  beauty;   with  plates.     Written  with 

&         >     a  view  of  fixing  the  fluctuating  ideas  of  tafte.    By 

*  208 — 3  J      William  Hogarth.     London,  1753. 

f  209  See  page  24,  (Civil  HIJlory.) 

243  Doctor  Brook  Taylor's  method  of  perfpective  made  eafy; 
both  in  theory  and  practice.  By  Jofhua  Kirby.  Third 
edition.  London,  1765.  (For  the  volume  cf  plates  fee 
N°*  288,  folio,  above.) 

•f*  251   See  page  25,   (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

•(•252  See  page  25,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

*  294 — I 


j?. 6  5T&?  ifo*  -^r/j.     Quarto. 

*  294 — 1  Difcourfes  on  painting,   delivered  to  the  ftudents  of 

the  Royal  Academy,  on  the  diftribution  of  the 
prizes,  December  10,  1771.  By  the  Prefident 
thereof.     London,  1772. 

341  A  general  hiftory  of  mufic,  from  the  earlieft  ages  to  the 
prefent  period;  with  plates.  To  which  is  prefixed,  a 
diflertation  on  the  mufic  of  the  ancients.  By  Charles 
Burney.     2  vols.     London,  1776. 

*  375 — 2  A  difcourfe  on  painting,  delivered  to  the  ftudents  of 

the  Royal  Academy,  on  the  diftribution  of  the 
prizes,  December  10,  1782.  By  the  prefident 
thereof.     London,  1783. 

489  La  danfe  des  morts  comme  elle  eft  depiente  dans  la  ville 
de  Bafle.  Franc,  et  Alleman.  Avec  des  figures,* 
A  Bafle,  1744. 


OCTAVO. 

f  196  See  page  287,  (Arts  and  ManufaBures.) 

f  245   See  page  37,   (Civil  Hiftory.} 

378  A  treatife  of  mufic,  fpeculative,  practical  and  hiftorical. 
By  Alexander  Malcolm.     London,  1730. 

f  756  See  page  48,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 

990  Harmonics;   or  the  philofophy  of  mufical  founds.     By 
Robert  Smith.     1759. 

1043  Reflections  on  the  painting  and  fculpture  of  the  Greeks; 
with  inftru&ions  for  the  connoifTeur,  and  an  efTay  on 
grace  in  works  of  art.  Tranflated  from  the  German  of 
the  abbe  Winkleman,  by  Henry  FufTeli.  London, 
1765. 

1080  Prieftley's  introduction  to  the  theory  and  practice  of  per- 
fpective.     London,  1770. 

*  1 1 49 — 3  Taylor's  linear  perfpective;  or  a  method  of  reprefent- 
ing  juftly  all  objects;  with  plates.     London,  1715* 

12 1 7  Seven  difcourfes,  delivered  to  the  ftudents  of  the  Royal 
Academy,  on  the  diftribution  of  the  prizes.  By  Sir 
Jofliua  Reynolds,  prefident.     London,  1778. 

*  1347—5 


The  Fine  Arts.     O&avo.  327 


• 


1  ^&P        \  ^n  introduction  to  vocal  mufic.    By  Granville  Sharp. 
f      Second  edition.    London,  1777.    Gift  of  the  author. 

*  1578 — 1  Ames's  catalogue  of  Englifli  heads;  or  an  account  of 
about  two  thoufand  prints,  defcribing  what  is  pe- 
culiar to  each.     London,  1748. 


DUODECIMO. 

31  An  enquiry  into  the  beauties  of  painting;  and  into  the 
merits  of  the  mod  celebrated  painters,  ancient  and  mo- 
dern.    By  Daniel  Webb.     London,  1760. 

429  An  eflay  on  painting.     Written  in  Italian,  by  count  Al- 
garotti.     London,  1764. 

*  801 — 1  The  art  of  drawing  and  painting  in  water  colours; 
with  plates.     London,  1763. 

— 2  The  art  of  drawing  in  perfpective.  Third  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1769. 

— 4  A  collection  and  explanation  of  the  feveral  marks  and 
cyphers  by  which  the  beft  engravers  are  diftinguifh- 
ed;  with  an  index  of  their  names,  places  of  abode, 
and  times  in  which  they  lived.     London,  1730. 

•f  805 — 1  Le  Brun  fur  l'expreffion  des  paffions  en  peinture.     A 
Amfterdam,  1 713. 


MifcellarJes* 


32$  Mi/tellanie$.     Folio* 


Mifcellanks* 


FOLIO, 

f  inp*  HE  Pennfylvania  chronicle,  and  univerfal  advertiftr, 
X     from  January  26,   1767,  to  January  25,  1768.  By 
William  Goddard.     Philadelphia. 

8  The  gentleman  and  cabinet-maker's  director;  being  a 
large  collection  of  defigns  of  houfehold  furniture;  T« 
which  is  prefixed,  a  fhort  explanation  of  the  five  orders 
of  architecture;  and  directions  for  executing  the  moft 
difficult  pieces ;  wiih  plates.  By  Thomas  Chippendale. 
Third  edition.     London,  1762. 

27  The  univerfal  dictionary  of  arts  and  fciences;  with  plates. 
By  Mr.  Chambers.    Second  edition.     4  vols.    London> 
•     1738  and  1753. 

4.6  Joannis  Seldeni  opera  omnia,  tarn  edita  quam  inedita. 
Vitam  auctoris,  prafationes  et  indices  adjecit  David 
Wilkins.  (The  works  of  John  Sslden,  in  Latin  and  En- 
glifi.)     6  vols.     London,  1726. 

61  The  hiflorical,  geographical,  genealogical  and  poetical 
dictionary;  being  remarks  and  enquiries  for  the  iiluftra- 
tion  of  difficulties  in  theology,  hiitory,  chronology  and 
geography.  Second  edition;  corrected  and  enlarged,  to 
the  year  1688.     2  volumes  in  one.     London,  1701. 

96  Refolves;  divine,  moral  and  political;  with  additions,   in 

profe  and  verfe.     By  Owen  Felltham.     London,  1696. 

97  The  triumphs  of  God's  revenge  againft  the  fin  of  murther; 

with  his  miraculous  difcoveries  and  fevere  puniftiment* 
thereof.  By  John  Reynolds.  Fourth  edition.  London, 
1663. 

141  Penmanfhip  in  its  utmofl;  extent.  Collected  and  engraved 
by  George  Bickham.     London,  1731. 

168  The  works,  of  Sir  William  Temple.  To  which  is  pre- 
fixed, fome  account  of  the  life,  and  writings  of  the  author. 
2  vols.  London,  1731. 

171 


Mifcellanies,     Folio .  '329 

177  The  univerfal  inftru&or  in  all  arts  and  fciences;  and  the 

Pennfylvania  gazette ;  from  December  24,  1728,  to  the 
prefent  time.  By  Samuel  Keimer,  Franklin  and  Me- 
redith, Benjamin  Franklin,  Franklin  and  Hall,  and 
Hall  and  Sellers.  20  vols,  Philadelphia.  The  Jirjl 
Jive  volumes  the  gift  of  Mr.  Hophivfon. 

178  The  Pennfylvania  journal;    or  weekly  advertifer,    from 

January  5,   1747-8,  to  the  prefent  time.     By  William 
and  Thomas  Bradford.      16  vols.     Philadelphia.     The 
Jirjl  Jix  volumes  the  gift  of  the  heirs  of  Evan  Morgan. 

179  The  American  weekly  mercury,  from  December  22,  1719, 

to  January  1,  1746.  By  Andrew  Bradford,  William 
Bradford,  Ifaiah  Warner  and  Cornelia  Bradford.  6 
vols.    Philadelphia.     Gift  of  Mr.  Hopkinfon. 

202  A  collection  of  the  hiflorical,  political  and  mifcellaneous 
works  of  John  Milton ;  with  an  account  of  the  life  and 
writings  of  the  author.     2  vols.     London,  1738. 

2481  Natural  magic;  wherein  is  fet  forth  the  wonderful  ap- 
&    >•      pearances  which  may  be  caufed  by  art.   London,  1658. 
325  J       N0'  248  the  gift  of  Philip  Syng. 

259  The  works  cf  Robert  Boyle.  To  which  is  prefixed,  the 
life  of  the  author.     5  vols.     London,  1744. 

305  John  Seddon's  penmanfhip.     London,  1695. 

313  A  treatife  on  the  arts  and  fciences.     (Title page  lojl.) 

315   See  page  260,   (  Anatomy  y   Medicine  and  Chemiftry.) 

319  Pleafure  and  profit,  confiding  of  recreations  of  divers 
kinds,  viz.  numerical,  geometrical,  mechanical,  ftatical, 
aftronomical,  horometrical,  cryptographical,  magneti- 
cal,  automatical,  chymical  and  hiflorical.  By  William 
Leybourn.  To  which  is  added,  a  treatife  of  algebra. 
By  R.  Sault.     London,  1694. 

324.  The  feerets  of  art  and  nature.  By  John  Wecker  and  doc- 
tor R.  Read.     London,  1660. 

344  The  freeman's  journal;  or  the  North  American  intelligen- 
cer, from  April  25,  1781,  to  the  prefent  time.  By 
Francis  Bailey.     2  vols.     Philadelphia. 

345 — 1  "1  The  Pennfylvania  ledger;  or  the  weekly  advertifer, 

&  >      from  October  10,   1777,  to  May  23,   1778,  inclu- 

394       J      five.     By  James  Humphreys,  junr.     Philadelphia. 

— 2  The  Royal  Pennfylvania  gazette,  from  March  3,  to 
May  26,  1778.   By  James  Robertfon.   Philadelphia. 

34* 

T  t 


330  Mifcellanies.     Folio. 

346  The  independant  gazetteer;  or  the  chronicle  of  Freedom, 
from  April  13,  1782,  to  October  7,  1786.  By  Eleazer 
Oiwald.     2  vols'.     Philadelphia. 

365  A  report  and  furvey  of  the  canal,  propofed  to  be  made  on 
one  level,  from  Waltham- abbey  to  Moorfields;  alfo,  a 
report  and  furvey  of  a  line  from  Marybone  to  the  faid 
canal.  By  Robert  Whitworth.  To  which  is  added, 
an  addrefs  to  the  corporation  of  London,  on  the  impor- 
tance of  canals.     By  James  Sharp.     London,  1773. 

370  The  Pennfylvania  ledger;    or  the  weekly  advertifer,  from 

January  28,  1775,  to  May  23,  1778,  inclufive.  By 
James  Humphreys,  junr.     Philadelphia. 

371  The  Dublin  gazette,    for  the  years   175c,    1751,    1752, 

!753>  i754>   llSS'->    J758>    J759>  1760,   1761;    1766, 
-  1767,  and  1768.     By  Richard  James  and  John  Butler. 
7  vols.     Dublin. 

373  Cyclopaedia;  or  an  univerfal  dictionary  of  a?ts  and  fciences; 
with  plates.  By  E.  Chambers.  With  the  fuppiement, 
and  modern  improvements,  incorporated  in  one  alpha- 
bet.    By  Abraham  Rees.     5  vols.     London,  1786. 

384  The  Pennfylvania  packet;  or  the  general  advertifer,  horn 
f  October  25,   1773,  to -the  prefent  time.     By  John  Dun- 
lap  and  David  C.  Claypoole.     9  vols.     Philadelphia. 

385  The  Pennfylvania  mercury  and  univerfal  advertifer,  from 

Auguft  20,  1784,  to  December  28,  1787,  inclufive. 
By  Daniel  Humphreys.     Philadelphia. 

386  The  royal  gazette,  from  January  2,   1782,  to  November 

29,   1783,  inclufive.  -By  James  Rivington.   New  York. 

387  Rivington's   New  York  gazetteer;    or  the  Connecticut, 

New  Jerfey,  Hudfon's-river,  and  Quebec  weekly  ad- 
vertifer, from  April  22,  1773,  t0  November  23,  1775* 
inclufive.     New  York. 

388  The  royal  gazette,  from  January  3,   1778,  to  November 

5,  1783.  By  James  Rivington.  New  York.  (Not 
complete.  J 

389  The  New  York  gazette,    and  the  weekly  mercury,  from 

February   19,    1770,  to  January  6,    1777.     By  Hugh 
-    Gaine.     New  York.     (Not  complete.) 

290  The  New  York  gazette;    or  the  weekly  poft-boy,  from 
February  19,   1770,  to  September  6,   1779-     By  James 
Parker,  Samuel  Inflee,  Anthony  Carr,  and  John  Holt. 
•    New  York.     ( Not  complete . ) 

S9l 


Mifcellanles,     Folio.  331 

591  The  New  York  gazette;  or  the  weekly  poft-boy,  from 
October  28,  1745,  to  March  26,  1772.  By  James 
Parker,  W.  Weyman,  Samuel  Parker,  and  John  Holt. 
3  vols.     New  York. 

392  The  New  York  gazette;  or  the  weekly  poft-boy,  for  the 

years  1758,  1759,  176°>  J76l»  I7<52,  1763;  1767, 
1768,  and  1769.  By  J.  Parker,  W.  Weyman,  Samuel 
Parker,  and  John  Holt.     3  vols.     New  York. 

393  The  New  York  mercury,  from  Auguft  31,   1752,  to  July 

6,   1767.    By  Hugh  Gaine.    New  York.    (Not  complete!) 

*  407 — 21   L'art  D'Ecrire  par  Alais.     A  Paris,  1698. 

*  412 — 3  A  collection  of  papers  concerning  the  difpute  between 

the  French  confiftory  in  the  city  of  New  York,  and 
Lewis  Rou,  paftor  of  the  French  Proteftant  Re- 
formed church.     New  York,  1725. 

— 4  The  proceedings  of  Rip  Van  Dam,  Efquire,  for  ob- 
taining equal  juftice  of  his  excellency  William  Crof- 
by,  Efquire.     New  York,  1733. 

— 6  The  report  of  the  committee  of  his  majefty's  council, 
appointed  to  make  enquiry,  touching  a  letter  found 
in  the  houfe  of  Mr,  Alexander,  in  New  York,  Fe- 
bruary 1,  1733-4.  With  other  papers  relating  to 
the  faid  letter.     New  York,  1734. 

—9  The  charters  of  the  college  of  New  York,  in  America. 
New  York,  1754  and  1755.  With,  a  vindication  of 
the  truftees  of  the  faid  college. 

419  The  weekly  oracle;    or  univerfal  library,    for  the  year 
1735.    By  R.  Reilly.    Dublin.    Gift  of  Zachariah  Pou!fon, 
junr. 

f  424  Z.  See  page  236,  (Metaphyfcs.) 

f  428  Z.  Seepage  18,   (Civil  Hi/lory.  J 

434  Z.  Claudii  Salmafii  Plinianse  exercitationes  in  Caji  Julii  So- 
lini  Polyhiitora.  Item  Caji  Juli  Solini  Polyhiitor  ex 
veteribus  libris  emendatus.  AccefTerunt  huic  editioni 
de  Homonymis  Hyles  Iatricas  exercitationes  antehac 
ineditse,  nee  non  de  manna  et  faccharo.  II  torn. 
Trajecti  ad  Rhenum,  1689. 

445  L.  Seepage  150,   (Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Syflenn) 

446  L.  Seepage  19,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

453  Z.  Adagia  id  eft  proverbiorum  paroemiarum  et  parobola^ 
rum  collectio.     Francofurti,  1656. 

464  z» 


332  Mifcellanies.     Folio. 

464  L*  Alexandri  ab  Alexandre)  Iurifperiti  Neapolitan!  Geni- 
alium  dierum  libri  fex.     Francofurti,  1594. 

470  L.  Julii  Pollucis  vocabularium.     Venetiis,  1502. 

479  L.  Johannis  Henrici  Alftedi  encyclopaedia.  Herbornae 
Nafloviorum,  1632. 

484  L.  Rhodigini  lectionum  antiquarum  libri  triginta.  Ge- 
ne vae,  1620. 

489  L.  Athenaei  Deipnofophiftarum  libri  XV.     Grace  et  La- 

tine,  cum  Ifaaci  Cafauboni  auclionibus  et  receniiio- 
nibus.     A.  D.  1597. 

490  L.  Photii  Myriobiblon  five  bibliotheca  librorurri  quos  Pho- 

tius  patriarcha  Conftantinopolitanus  legit  et  cen- 
fuit.  Grace  et  Latine.  Ab  Andreo  Schottem 
tranflatum.     Genevae,  161 2. 

498  L.  Xenophontis  imperatoris  et  philofophi  ommia  quas  ex- 
tant opera.  Grace  et  Latine.  Joanne  Lewenklaio 
interprete.      Bafiliae,  1669. 

503  Z.  Johannis  Staebai  fententias  ex  thefauris  Gracorum  de- 
lectae.     Aureliae  Allobrogum,  1609.. 

569  L.  The  pofthumous  works  of  Doctor  Hoole;  containing 
his  Cutlerian  lectures,  and  other  difcourfes,  read 
before  the  Royal  Society;    with  plates.     London, 

•    I7°5- 
515  Der    wochentliche  Pennfylvanifche  flaatfbothe,    von  das 
jahr  1763,  zu  das  jahr  1779.     Bey  Henrich  Miller.     4 
volumen.     Philadelphia.      Gift  of  the  editor, 

517  The  Pennfylvania  evening  herald;  and  the  American  mo- 
nitor, from  January  25,  1785,  to  February  14,  1788. 
By  Mathew  Carey  and  Co.     Philadelphia. 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 


Mifcellanies.     Quarto.  333 


QJJ  ARTO. 

f  7  See  page  1 14,  (Theology.) 

f  18  Seepage  114,   (Theology.) 

2 1  A  review  of  the  works  of  the  Royal  Society  of  London. 
By  John  Hill.     London,  1751. 

38  A  fynopfis,  or  general  view  of  the  works  of  Plato.  By 
Floyer  Sydenham.     London,  1759. 

t  57  $ee  P-ge  177,  (General  and  local  Politics.) 

59  The  hiftory  of  the  Royal  Society  of  London,  from  its 
firft  rife ;  containing,  the  mod  confiderable  of  thofe  pa- 
pers, communicated  to  the  fociety,  which  have  not  been 
publifhed.    By  Thomas  Birch.    4  vols.    London,  1756. 

f  120  See  page  23,  (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

123  The  Harleian  mifcellany;  or  a  collection  of  fcarce  pam- 
phlets and  tracts,  as  well  in  manufcript  as  in  print, 
found  in  the  library  of  the  late  earl  of  Oxford.  8  vols. 
London,  1 744. 

145  The  mifcellaneous  works  of  Conyers  Middleton;  contain- 

ing all  his  writings,  except  the  life  of  Cicero.  4  vols. 
London,  1752. 

146  The  philofophical  works  of  Francis  Bacon.      Methodized 

and  made  Englifh  from  the  originals;  with  notes,  by 
Peter  Shaw.     3  vols.     London,  1733. 

147  The  philofophical  works  of  Robert  Boyle;  abridged  and 

methodized  unaer  the  heads  of  phyfic,  ftatics,  pneuma- 
tics, natural  hiftory,  chemiftry,  and  medicine;  with 
notes,  by  Peter  Shaw.  Second  edition.  3  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1738. 

*  159 — 2  A  brief  hiftory  of  the  rife  and  progrefs  of  the  chari- 
table fcheme,  carrying  on  by  a  fociety  of  gentlemen 
in  London,  for  the  relief  and  inftruction  of  poor 
Germans,  fettled  in  the  Britifh  colonies  in  North 
America.     Philadelphia,  1755. 

161  The  philofophical  tranfaclions  of  the  P.oyal  Society  of 
London,  from  the  year  1638,  to  the  prefent  time; 
with  plates.  Abridged  and  difpofed  by  John  Lowthorp, 
Henry  Jones  and  others.     56  vols.     London. 

167  The  works  of  Francis  Bacon.  5  vols.  London,  1765. 
Gift  of  Stephen  Boardley, 

170 


^4  Mifcellanies.     Quarto. 

170  Hieronymi  Mercurialis  de  arte  Gymnaftica  libr!  fex._  Am- 
ftelodami,  1762. 

1 881  Caribbeana;    containing  letters  and   differtations,    with 
&   >      poetical  eftays   on  various  fubjects.      Written  in   the 
2 1 4. J      Weft  Indies,    by  jfeveral  hands.      2  vols.      London, 
1741. 

192  The  hiftory  of  the  Royal  Society  of  London.  By  Tho- 
mas Sprat.     London,  1667. 

198  Natural  and  political  obfervations  on  the  bills  of  mortality. 
By  John  Graunt.     London,  1662. 

109  Regis  Scientiarum  Academias  hiftoria.  Autore  Joanne 
Baptifta  du  Hamel.     Lipils,  1 700.      Gift  of  John  Leech* 

211  The  foundation  of  an  American  library;  being  a  cata- 
logue of  feveral  books,  papers  and  writings,  given  to 
the  Society  for  the  propagation  of  the  gofpel  in  foreign 
parts.     London,  1 71 3. 

t  217I 

&    Y  See  page  291,   (Experimental  and  natural  Philofophy.) 

f  322J 

221  The  tranfactions  of  the  American  Philofophical  Society, 
held  at  Philadelphia,  for  promoting  ufeful  knowledge; 
from  January  I,  1769,  to  January  1,  1786;  with  plates. 
2  vols.  Philadelphia,  1771  and  1786.  The  Jirjl  volume 
the  gift  of  the  fociety. 

265  Encyclopedia  Britannica;  or  a  dictionary  of  arts  and 
fciences,  compiled  upon  a  new  plan;  with  plates.  By 
a  fociety  of  gentlemen  in  Scotland.     3  vols.     London, 

1773- 

269        1  Pfeudoxia  epidemica;  or  enquiries  into  many  tenets 

&  >      and  commonly  received  truths.      To  which  "are 

*  471 — I J       added,    religio  medici;    a  difcourfe  of  fepulchral 

urnes  lately  found  in  Norfolk;  and  the  garden  of 

Cyrus.     By  Thomas  Brown.     London,  1659. 

278  The  hiftory  and  art  of  horfemanfhip ;  with  plates.  By 
Richard  Berenger.     2  vols.     London,  1771. 

291  Sketches  of  the  hiftory  of  man.     By  lord  Kaims.    2  vols. 

Edinburgh,  1774. 

292  The  letters  of  lady  Rachel  Rufiel,  from  the  manufcript  at 

Woburn  abbey;  with  an  introduction  vindicating  the 
character  of  lord  RufTel,  againft  Sir  John  Dalrymple. 
London,  1  773. 

300  The  works  of  George  Lord  Lyttleton.  Published  by 
George  Edward  Ayfcough.     London,  1774. 

308 


-    Mifcellanies.     Quarto.  335 

308  Weekly  memorials  for  the  ingenious;  or  an  account  of 
books  lately  fet  forth  in  feveral  languages;  with  other 
accounts  relating  to  arts  and  fciences.     London,  1683. 

*  310—2  A  letter  to   Doctor  Charles  Goodall;  occafioned  by 

his  letter  to  Doctor  Leigh;  with  an  anfwer  to  a 
paper,  entitled,  "  A  reply  to  Mr.  Richard  Boulton, 
written  by  Charles  Leigh."  By  Richard  Boulton. 
London,  1699. 

317  Henrie  Cornelius  Agrippa,  of  the  vanitie  and  vncertaintie 
of  arts  and  fciences.     London,  1575. 

*  $18 — 7  Mifcellaneous  letters,  giving  an  account  of  the  works 

of  the  learned,  for  December,  1695.     London. 

321  Political,  mifcellaneous  and  philofophical  pieces.  By  Doc- 
tor Benjamin  Franklin.     London,  1779. 

*  324I  Obfervations  made  during  a  voyage  round  the  world,  on 
&    >      phyfical  geography,  natural  hiitory  and  ethic  philofo- 
345  J      phy.     By  John  Reinhold  Fofter.     London,  1778. 

328  Chefterfield's  mifcellaneous  works.  With  memoirs  of 
his  life,  by  M.  Maty.     2  vols.     London,   1778. 

379  Differtations,  moral  and  critical.  By  James  Beaitie.  Lon- 
don, 1783. 

396  The  works  of  Andrew  Marvell,  with  the  life  of  the  au- 
thor, by  Edward  Thompibn.     3  vols.     London,  1776. 

435  Effai  fur  la  phyfiognomy  par  Jean  Gafpard  Lavater.  Deux 
v    toms.     A  la  Haye. 

•f-  446  See  page  27,   (Civil  Hi/lory. J 

\  447   See  page  27,   (Civil  Hiflory.) 

448  Encyclopaedia  Britannica;  or  a  dictionary  of  arts,  fciences, 
&c.  with  a  defcription  and  general  hiftory  of  the 
known  world,  and  an  account  of  the  lives  of  the  moll 
eminent  perfons  in  every  age  and  nation;  with  plates. 
Second  edition.     10  vols.     Edinburgh,  1778. 

450  The  Pennfylvania  evening  poft,  for  the  years  1775,  I77^> 
1777,  1778,  and  1779.  By  Benjamin  Towne.  5  vols. 
Philadelphia. 

*  456 3  A  narrative  of  two  aerial  voyages  of  Doctor  Jeffries 

with  Moniieur  Blanchard;  with  meteorological  ob- 
fervations and  remarks.  By  Doctor  Jeffries.  Lon- 
don, 1786. 

*  460—6 


336  Mifcellanies.     Quarto. 

*  460 — 6  An  oration,  to  commemorate  the  independence  of  the 

United  States  of  America.  Delivered  at  Philadel- 
phia, July  4,  1786.  By  major  William  jackfon. 
Philadelphia,  1786. 

♦462 —6  An   oration,    delivered   in  Bofton,    March  5,    1770. 
By  Benjamin  Hichborn.     Bofton,  1777. 

— 10  Some  account  of  the  Pennfylvania  hofpital;  from  its 
fir  ft  rife,  to  May,  1761;  with  a  liit  of  the  contri- 
butors.    Philadelphia,  1754  and  1761. 

—1 1  Geographical,  hiftorical,  political,  philofophical  and 
mechanical  eflays.  By  Lewis  Evans.  Philadelphia, 
1756. 

— -13  A  narrative  of  facts,  relating  to  the  difputed  will  of 
Samuel  Flower,  Efquiie.  By  Doctor  John  Kearf- 
ley,  junr.     Philadelphia,  1770. 

*  463 — 1   An  oration,   delivered  January  22,   1773,   before  the 

American  Philofophical  Society,  held  at  Philadel- 
phia.    By  William  Smith.     Philadelphia,  1773. 

— 3  An  oration,  delivered  March  16,  1780,  before  the 
American  Philofophical  Society,  held  at  Philadel- 
phia.    By  Timothy  Matlack.     Philadelphia,  1780. 

— 4  An  oration,  delivered  the  fecond  of  March,  1781,  at 
the  requeft  of  the  American  Philofophical  Society. 
By  Owen  Biddle.     Philadelphia,  1781. 

. — 5  Obfervations  on  marriages,  baptifms  and  burials,  as 
preferved  in  Parochial  regifters;  with  divers  remarks 
concerning  proper  methods  to  preferve  a  remem- 
brance of  the  feveral  branches  of  families.  By 
Ralph  Bigland.     London,  1764. 

— 10  Memoire  apologetique  du  chevalier  de  la  Motte,  con- 
tre  M.  le  compte  d'Eftaing.  Charleftown,  1765. 
(French  and  Engli/h.J 

*  464 — -6  A  foliloquy.     Printed  in  the  year  1770. 

— 7  An  oration,  delivered  at  Bofton,  April  8,  1776,  on 
the  re-interment  of  Jofeph  Warren,  Efquire.  By 
Perez  Morton.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 8  An  oration  on  the  advantages  of  American  indepen- 
dence; fpoken  at  Charleftown,  on  the  fecond  anni- 
verfary  of  that  ssra.  By  David  Ramfay.  Charlef- 
town, 1778. 

1 — 9  An  eulogium  of  the  brave  men  who  have  fallen  in  the 
conteft  with  Great  Britain;  delivered  July  5,  1779* 
By  Hugh  M.  Brackenridge.     Philadelphia. 

*  465—4 


Mifcellanies.     Quarter.  %^y 

g  *  465 — 4  A  copy  of  the  poll-lift,  of  the  election  for  -reprefenfca- 
tives  for  the  city  and  county  of  New  York.      1769. 

473-  The  myfteries  of  nature  and  art;  with  cuts.  By  John 
Bate.     Second  edition.     London,  1635. 

476  Mifcellaneous  tracts,  eflays,  fatyrs,  &c.  in  profe  andverfe. 
By  Edmund  Hickeringill.     London,  1707. 

47'7  Mifcellaneous  letters,  giving  an  account  of  the  works  of 
the  learned,  both  at  home  and  abroad;  for  the  years 
1694,  169^  and  1696.     London,  1694,  &c. 

.  *  478 — i  A  publication  of  Guiana's  plantation,  undertaken  by 
the  earl  of  Barkfhire.     London,  1632. 

481  Three  books  of  occult  philofophy.  Written  by  Henry 
Cornelius  Agrippa.  Tranflated  from  the  Latin,  by  J.  F. 
London,  1651. 

*  504 — 5  A  prophecy  concerning  wars  and  political  events, 
efpecially  the  king  of  Pruffia.  Philadelphia,  1760. 
Gift  of  Zachariab  Poulfon,  junr. 

— ~ 6  Lexers;  being  the  whole  of  the  correfpondence  be- 
tween the  honorable  John  Jay  and  Lewis  Littlepage. 
New  York,  1786. 

—7  An  anfwer  to  a  pamphlet,  containing  the  correfpond- 
ence between  the  honorable  John  Jay  and  Lewis 
Littlepage.     Philadelphia. 

508  The  independant  gazetteer;  or  the  chronicle  of  freedom; 
from  October  7,  1786,  to  the  prefent  time.  By  Eleazer 
Ofwald.     5  vols.     Philadelphia. 

\    f  510  L.  Seepage  169,  (Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Criticifm.) 

f  511   L.  See  page  169,   (Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Criticifm.) 

f  512  L.  See  page  169,  (Logic,  Rhetoric  and  Criticifm.  J 

5 14  L.  Dionyfii  Alex,  et  Pomponii  Melae  fitus  orbis  defcriptio; 
iEthici  cofmographia.  C.  T.  Solini  Polyiftor.  Cum 
annotationibus  Henrici  Stephani  et  aliorum.  Excu- 
fum  anno  1577. 

522  L.  Gerardi  j ohannis  Voflii  de  quatuor  artibus  popularibu^j 
de  philologia,  et  fcientiis  mathematicis,  cui  operi 
fubjungitur  chronologia  mathematicorum,  libri 
tres.     Amftekedami,  1660. 

•J*  547  L.  See  page  292,   (Experimental  and  natural  Philofophy.) 

555  L*  Regias  fcientiarum  academias  hiftoria,  autore  I.  B.  Du 
Hamel.     Lipfiae,  1700. 

U  u 


338  Mifcellanies.     Quarto. 

56$  The  Pennfylvania  mercury,  and  univerfal  advertifer;  for 
the  year  1788.     By  Daniel  Humphreys.     Philadelphia. 

564  The   Pennfylvania   chronicle,    and    univerfal   advertifer; 

from  January  1,   1768,  to  January  1,   1770.     By  Wil- 
liam Goddard.     Philadelphia. 

565  An  explanation  of  the  map  of  the  city  and  liberties  of 

Philadelphia.     By  John  Read.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

568  The  tranfa&ions  of  the  Royal  Society  of  Edinburgh; 
with  plates.     Vol.  i.     Edinburgh,  1788. 

571  Memoirs  of  the  American  Academy  of  Arts  and  Sciences ; 
to  the  end  of  the  year  1783;  with  plates.  Vol.  1. 
Bofton,  1785. 


OCTAVO. 

4  The  works  of  Catharine  Cockbum,  theological,  moral, 
dramatic  and  poetical.  With  an  account  of  the  life  of 
the  author,  by  Thomas  Birch.    2  vols.    London,  175 1. 

14!  Hiftoria  litteraria;    or  an  account  of  the  moft  valuable 
&   >      books,  publimed  in  the  feveral  parts  of  Europe.     3 
1 94  J      vols.     London,  1730,  &c. 

20  The  political  regifter  and  London  mufeum;  from  May, 
1767,  to  December  18,  1772;  with  plates.  11  vols. 
London,  1767,  &c. 

f  22   See  page  304,  (Poetry  and  the  Drama.) 

\  29  See  page  304,  (Poetry  and  the  Drama.) 

30  A  dictionary  of  arts  and  fciences ;  comprehending  all  tha 

branches  of  ufeful  knowledge ;  with  plates.  By  a  focie- 
ty  of  gentlemen.  Publifhed  for  W.  Owen.  Second 
edition.     London,  1763. 

31  Letters  written  by  the  late  Jonathan  Swift,  and  feveral  of 

his  friends;  from  the  year  1703,  to  1740.  Publiflied 
from  the  originals,  with  notes,  by  John  Kawkefworth. 
3  vols.     London,  1766. 

54  Hibernia  Curiofa;  being  a  letter  from  a  gentleman  in 
Dublin,  to  his  friend  in  Kent ;  giving  a  general  view  of 
the  manners,  cuftoms,  difpofitions,  &c.  of ; the  inhabi- 
tants of  Ireland;  with  obfervations  on  the  ftate  of  trade 
and  agriculture  in  that  kingdom.     London. 


Mifcellanies.     Octavo.  339 

72  Catalogus  bibliothecae  Harleianae.      II.  torn.      Londini, 

1743- 
74"J  The  London  magazine;  or  gentleman's  monthly  intelli- 
8c  >      gencer;  from  the  year  1732,  to  the  year  1778,  inclu- 
545  j      live;  with  plates.     47  vols.     London. 

75  A  general  index  to  the  firft  twenty-feven  volumes  of  the 
London  magazine.     London,  1760. 

X02")  The  gentleman's  magazine;    or  monthly  intelligencer; 
&    >      from  the  year  1732,  to  the  year  1788,  inclufive;  with 
544  J      plates.     By  Sylvanus  Urban.     61  vols.     London. 

134  A  collection  of  mifcellany-letters,  felected  out  of  "  Mill's 
weekly  journal."     2  vols.     London,  1722. 

139  An  account  of  feveral  work-houfes,  for  employing  and 
maintaining  the  poor.    Second  edition.     London,  1732. 

144  An  univerfal,  hiftorical,  geographical,  chronological,  and 
poetical  dictionary;  containing  likewife  the  lives  of  pa- 
triarchs, prophets,  apoftles,  primitive  fathers,  empe- 
rors, kings,  &c.     2  vols.     London,  1703. 

148  The  prefent  ftate  of  Great  Britain  and  Ireland.  Eighth 
edition.     London,  1738. 

f  156  Seepage  120,  (Theology.) 

160  The  philosophical  hutory  and  memoirs  of  the  Royal  Aca- 
demy of  Sciences  at  Paris;  from  the  year  1699,  to 
1720;  with  plates.  Tranflated  into  Engliih,  by  John 
Martyn  and  Ephraim  Chambers.  6  vols.  London, 
1742. 

172  The  works  of  Sir  William  Temple.  To  which  is  prefixed, 
an  account  of  the  life  and  character  of  the  author.  4 
vols.     London,  1757. 

183  Mufeum  Rufticum  et  Commerciale;  or  felect  papers  on 
agriculture,  commerce,  arts,  and  manufactures.  Re- 
viled and  digefted  by  feveral  members  of  the  Society 
for  the  encouragement  of  Arts,  Manufactures  and 
Commerce;  with  plates.     6  vols.     London,  1764,  &c. 

188  The  letters  of  Thomas  Fitzofborne,  on  feveral  fubjects. 
Sixth  edition.     London,  1763. 

195  The  hiftory  and  reality  of  apparitions.     (Title  page  loft* J 

197  A  collection  of  mifcellanies;  confiding  of  poems,  enays, 
difcourfes,  and  letters.  Written  by  John  Norris.  Third 
edition.     London,  1699. 

201 


240  Mifcellanies.     Octavo. 


201  The  effays,  ecclefiaftical  and  civil,  of  Sir  Bulftrode  Whit- 
locke.  To  which  is  added,  a  treatife  of  the  work  of 
the  feffions  of  the  peace.     London,  1 706. 

222  Vertot's  mifcellanies.  Tranflated  from  the  original  French, 
by  John  Henley.     London,  1723. 

226  Iewes  in  America;  or  probabilities  that  the  Americans 
are  of  that  race.  By  Thomas  Thorovvgood.  London, 
1650. 

240  Athenian  fport;  or  two  thoufand  paradoxes  argued  to 
amufe  the  age.  By  a  member  of  the  Athenian  fociety. 
London,  1707.      Gift  of  Samuel  Coates. 

247  Letters  of  wit,  gallantry,  politics,  and  morality.     Writ- 

ten by  cardinal  Bcntivoglio,  Don  Guevara,  St.  Jerome 
and  others.    Tranllated  from  the  originals  into  Englilh, 

by  H H ,  Thomas  Cheek,   Mr.  Savage,  Mr. 

Boyer,  &c.     London,  1701.     Gift  of  John  Sober. 

248  Catalogus  univerfalis  librorum  in  omni  facultate  linguaqnc 

infignium  et  rariffimorum.     II.  torn.     Londini,  1699. 
Gift  of  Hugh  Jones. 

256  The  mottos  of  the  Wanderers;  in  Latin  and  Englifli;  fe- 
veral  of  which  are  paraphrafed  in  heroic  verfe.  Lon- 
don, 1 7 18. 

259  A  difcovrfe  and  difcovery  of  Nevv-fovnd-land;  with  many 
reafons  to  proue  how  beneficiall  a  plantation  may  there 
be  made  after  a  far  better  manner  than  now  it  is.  Writ- 
ten by  captaine  Richard  Whitbourne.  To  which  are 
added,  certaine  letters  from  that  countrey.  London, 
1622. 

*  261 — 2  Virginia's  difcovery  of  filk-wormes ;    the  implanting 
mulberry  trees,  &c.     London,  1650. 

—7  Virginia  richly  and  truly  valued;  relating  the  meanes 
of  rayfmg  infinite  profits  to  the  adventurers  and 
planters.     London,  1650. 

273  The  mifcellanies  of  the  late  marquis  of  Halifax.  Lon- 
don, 1704. 

£276  See  page  108,   (Geography  and  Topography.) 
And  page  218,   (Trade  and  Commerce^  Sec. J 

292  Dodfiey's  annual  regifter;  or  a  view  of  hi  (lory,  politics.,  and 
literature;  from  the  year  1758,  to  the  year  1783.  31 
vols.     London. 

295  Letters  on  the  Englifh  nation.  Tranflated  from  the  ori- 
ginal Italian  of  Angeloni  Baptifta.  Second  edition. 
2  vols.     London,  1756. 

298 


Mifcellanies.     O&avo.  341 

298  The  monitor;  or  Britifli  freeholder;  from  Auguft  9, 
1755,  to  July  14,  1759.  Third  edition.  4  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1760. 

302  Memoirs  of  the  Royal  Society;  or  a  new  abridgment  of 
the  philolbphical  tranfactions ;  from  the  year  1665,  to 
1740.  By  Mr.  Baddam.  Second  edition.  10  vols. 
London,  1745. 

310  The  mifcellaneous  works  of  John  Grea\Tes.  To  which 
is  prefixed,  an  account  of  the  life  and  writings  of  the 
author.  Publifhed  by  Thomas  Birch.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1737. 

325  Letters  to  a  young  nobleman.     London,  1762. 

336  A  collection  of  feveral  pieces  of  John  Locke;  with  plates. 
Publiihed  by  the  author  of  the  life  of  John  Hales. 
London,  1720. 

348  The  Athenian  oracle;  being  a  collection  of  all  the  valua- 
ble questions  and  anfwers  in  the  old  Athenian  mercuries. 
By  a  member  of  the  Athenian  fociety.  4  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1728. 

The  letters  of  Hibernicus;  or  a  philofophical  mifcellany; 
containing,  original  efiays  and  poems  on  various  fub- 
jecls;  with  tranflations.  Written  by  feveral  hands  in 
Dublin.     2  vols.     London,  1734. 

370  Letters  on  the  Englifh  and  French  nations.  By  Monfieur 
Le  Blanc.     2  vols.     London,  1747. 

383  A  philofophical  library  of  literary  arts  and  fciences.  By 
Benjamin  Martin.     London,  1737. 

384  Characteri  flics  of  men,  manners,  opinions,  and  times. 
By  Anthony,  earl  of  Shaftefbury.  Fifth  edition.  3 
vols.     1732. 

I*  392   See  page  41,  (C'ro'd Hiflory.) 

401  The  mathematical  and  philofophical  works  of  bifliop  John 
Wilkins.  To  which  is  prefixed,  the  author's  life  and 
an  account  of  his  works.     London,  1708. 

403  A  collection  of  papers  which  paffed  between  Mr.  Leibnitz 
and  Doctor  Clarke,  in  the  years  17 15  and  17 16;  relat- 
ing the  principles  of  natural  philofophy  and  religion. 
To  which  are  added,  Letters  to  Doctor  Clarke  concern- 
ing liberty  and  neceffity;  with  the  Doctor's  anfwer  to 
them.  Alfo,  Remarks  upon  a  book,  entituled,  "  A 
philolbphical  enquiry  concerning  human  liberty."  By 
Samuel  Clarke.     London,  171 7. 

4-08 


4. 


342  Mifcellanies.     Oclavo. 

4cS  The  royal  magazine;  or  gentleman's  monthly  companion; 
with  plates,  from  July,  1759,  to  July,  1765.  Vols. 
1,  2,  3,  4,  5,  8,  and  12.     London. 

422  The  epiftles  of  M.  T.  Cicero  to  M.  Brutus,  and  of  Bru- 
tus to  Cicero;  with  the  Latin  text  on  the  oppofite  page, 
and  Englifh  notes  to  each  epiftle.  With  a  prefatory 
diflertation.     By  Ccnyers  Middleton.     London,  1743. 

426I  The  letters  of  Pliny  the  conful;  with  remarks, \>j  Wil- 
&    >     liam  Melmoth.      Fourth  edition.     2  vols.     London, 
640  J       1757. 

427  The  efTays  of  Michael  Seigneur  de  Montaigne.  Tranflated 
into  Englifh,  with  amendments  and  improvements, 
from  the  French  edition  of  Peter  Cofte.  Seventh  edi- 
tion.    3  vols.     London,  1759. 

440  Familiar  letters,  domeftic  and  foreign;  partly  hiftorical, 

political  and  philofophical.     By  James  Howell.     Lon- 
don, 1754. 

441  Mifcellanies.      By    Henry    Fielding,    Efquire.      3    vols. 

London,  1743. 

444  The  ftudent;  or  the  Oxford  and  Cambridge  monthly  mif- 

cellany.     2  vols.     Oxford,  1750. 

445  The  genuine  remains,  in  profe  and  verfe,  of  Mr.  Samuel 

Butler,  author  of  Hudibras;  with  notes  by  R.  Thyer. 
2  vols.     London,  1759. 

454  The  life  of  John  Buncle,  Efquire;  containing  various  ob- 
fervations  and  reflections,  made  in  feveral  parts  of  the 
world.     2  vols.     London,  1764. 

463  Magnse  Britannia  notitia;  or  the  prefent  ftate  of  Great 
Britain;  with  remarks  upon  the  ancient  irate  thereof. 
By  John  Chamberlayne.  Thirty-eighth  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1755. 

474  The  univerfal  magazine  of  knowledge  and  pleafure;  from 
June,  1747,  to  January,  1789;  with  plates.  83  vols. 
London. 

492  Mifcellanies,  in  profe  and  verfe,  by  Mary  Jones.  Oxford, 
*750. 

*  518 — 2  Sketches   on  various  fubjecls,    by  Lancelot  Temple. 
Second  edition.      175S. 

$55  Memoirs;  containing  the  lives  of  feveral  ladies  of  Great 
Britain;  an  hiftory  of  antiquities,  productions  of  nature, 
and  monuments  of  art;  obfervations  on  the  Chriitian 
religion;  remarks  on  the  writings  of  the  greater!  En- 
glifh divines;  and  a  review  of  the  works  of  the  writers 
called  infidels.     London,  1755. 


Mifcellanies.     O&avo.  343 

5j;5  Sele<5b  pieces  en  commerce,  natural  philofophy,  morality, 
antiquities,  Lilloiy,  &c.  Tranflated  from  authors  of 
r  ute  he  French,  Italian,  Spanilh  and  other  lan- 
guage n.Jcn.  1766. 

J  561    S:e  page  219,   (Trade  and  Commereey  &.C.) 
And  p?°e  282,  (Ag  re  and  Gardening.) 

* '565 — 4  Renaark?  on  tke  French  memorials  concerning  the 
Jiiriits  of  Acadia;  with  two  maps,  and  an  anfwer 
to  "  The  ftirninary  difcuffion."     London,  1756. 

586  A  mifcell  containing  traces  on  various  fubje&s.     By 

the  bifbop  of  Cloyne.     London,  1752. 

f  588   See  page  305,  (Poetry  and  the  Drama.) 

f  593   See  page  266,  (Anatomy^  Medicine  and  Chemtflry.) 

594  Maxims,  chancers  and  reflections,  critical,  fatyrical  and 
moral.     Second  edition.     2  vols.    London,  1757. 

x?  I  The  works  of  John  Sheffield,  duke  of  Buckingham.    Se- 
o      f      cond  edition.    2  vols.    London,  1729. 

631  The  wonders  of  nature  throughout  the  world,  difplayed. 
By  G.  Nelfon.     London,  1 740. 

643!  A  natural  and  hiftorical  account  of  the  iflands  of  Scilly, 
&    S-      and  the   county  of  Cornwall;    with  draughts.      By 
669  J      Robert  Heath.     London,  1750. 

648  The  mufeum;  or  the  literary  and  hiftorical  regifter;  from 
March  29,  1746,  to  September  12,  1747,  inclufive. 
3  vols.     London. 

<>52  Mifcellanea  Curiofa;  containing  a  collection  of  fome  of 
the  principal  phenomena  in  nature ;  with  plates.  To 
which  are  added,  a  difcourfe  of  the  influence  of  the 
fun  and  moon  on  human  bodies,  by  R.  Mead;  and 
Fontenelle's  preface  of  the  ufefulnefs  of  mathematical 
learning.     Third  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1726. 

660  'The  epiftles  of  Phalaris.  Tranflated  from  the  Greek, 
To  which  are  added,  fome  felecl:  epiftles  of  the  mod 
eminent  Greek  writers.  By  Thomas  Francklin.  Lon- 
don, 1749. 

662  Moral  and  political  dialogues  between  divers  eminent  per- 
fons  of  the  pall  and  prefent  age;  with  notes,  by  the 
editor.     Second  edition.     London,  1760. 

682 


s  44  MifceUanks,     O&avd. 

682  An  examination  of  Mr.  Warburton's  account  of  the  eon- 
duel  of  the  ancient  legislators,    of  the  double  doctrine 
of  the  old  philofophers,  of  the  theocracy  of  the  Jews 
and  of   Sir  Ifaac  Newton's  chronology.      By  Arthur 
Afhley  Sykes.     London,  1744. 

f  716  See  page  269,   (Anatomy,  Medicine  and  Chemijlry.) 

723  Eifays  on  feveral  fubjects.  By  David  Hume.  2  vols. 
London,  1764. 

729  Inquiries  concerning  the  ftate  and  ceconomy  of  the  angeli- 
cal worlds.     By  John  Reynolds.     London,  1723. 

761  The  American  magazine  and  hiftorical  chronicle,   from 

September,  1743,  to  December,  1744,  inclufive.  Bof- 
ton. 

762  The  American  magazine  and  monthly  chronicle  for  the 

Britifh  colonies,  from  October,  1757,  to  October,  1758, 
inclufive.  By  a  fociety  of  gentlemen.  Philadelphia. 
Gift  of  Francis  Hophinfon. 

f  763   See  page  93,  (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

769  Ozanam's  recreations,  mathematical  and  phyfical;  laying 

down  and  folving  many  problems  of  arithmetic,  geo- 
metry, optics,  gnomonics,  cofmography,  mechanics, 
phyfics,  and  pyrotechny.  Tranflated  into  Englifh. 
London,  1708. 

770  The  prefent  ftate  of  Great  Britain  and  North  America, 

with  regard  to  agriculture,  population,  trade  and  ma- 
nufacturesj   impartially  conildered.     London,  1767. 

774  The  efTays  or  councils,  civil  and  moral,  of  Sir  Francis 
Bacon ;  with  a  table  of  the  colours  of  good  and  evil,  a 
difcourfe  of  the  wifdom  of  the  ancients,  and  the  cha- 
racter of  queen  Elizabeth.  London,  17 18.  Gift  of 
William  Gcvett. 

X  788  Seepage  81,   (Natural  Hi/lory.) 
And  page  127,    (Theology.) 

*  -798 — 3  Codicils  belonging  to  the  lait  will  and  teftament  of  Sir 

H#ins  Sloane,  which  relate  to  his  collection  of  books 
and  curioiities.     London,  1763. 

*  801 — 5  A  vindication  of  mafonry,  and  its  principles  demon- 

strated from  nature  and  reafon;  with  a  full  refuta- 
tion of  the  objections  againil  it.  By  Gharles-Schaw 
Leftie.     Belfaft,  1749. 


Mifcellanies.     O&avo/  ,  345 

811  Mifcellaneous  tracts.  By  Michael  Geddes.  Third  edi- 
tion.    3  vols.     London,  1730. 

Si 6  Curious  obfervations  upon  the  manners,  cuftoms,  lan- 
guages, government,  mythology,  chronology,  geogra- 
phy, ceremonies,  religion,  mechanics,  aftronomy,  me- 
dicine, phyfics,  natural  hiftory,  commerce,  arts,  and 
fciences  of  the  feveral  nations  of  Afia,  Africa  and 
America.  Tranflated  from  the  French  of  M.  L'Abbc 
Lambert.     2  vols.     London. 

819  The  works  of  Walter  Moyle.     2  vols.     London,  1726. 

840  The  general  magazine  of  arts  and  fciences;  containing, 
the  young  gentleman  and  lady's  philofophy ;  the  natu- 
ral hiftory  of  England;  the  philological  arts  and  fci- 
ences; the  inflitutes  of  arithmetic,  algebra,  fluxions, 
geometry  and  mechanics;  the  lives  of  eminent  natural 
philofophers  and  mathematicians;  and  mifcellaneous 
correfpondence;  with  plates.  By  Benjamin  Martin, 
2  vols.     London,  1755  and  1756. 

*j-  849   See  page  50,   (Civil  Hijlory.) 

850  The  hiftory  of  the  works  of  the  learned,  from  January, 

1737,  to  Auguft,  1743.  inclufive;  interfperfed  with 
diifertations  on  various  curious  fubjedts,  and  memoirs 
cf  the  moil  eminent  writers  in  all  branches  of  polite 
literature.     13  vols.     London. 

851  The  prefent  ftate  of  the  republic  of  letters,   from  July, 

1733,  to  November,  1736,  inclufive.  6  vols.  Lon- 
don. 

889  The  mifcellaneoiis  works,  in  profe  and  verfe,  of  Edward 
Ward.      2  vols.     London,  1709.     (Title  page  loft. ) 

915  A  collection  of  the  works  of  Daniel  D'Foe;  containing 
thirty-nine  treatifes,  in  profe  and  verfe.  Third  edition. 
2  vols.     London. 

921  Voyages  and  Travels;   with  cuts.     By  Sir  John'Mande- 

ville.  Wherein  is  fet  down  the  way  to  the  Holy  Land, 
and  to  Hierufalem;  as  alfo,  the  lands- of  the Great 
Caan,  and  of  Preftor  John;  to  India,  and  divers  other 
countries.     London,  1722. 

922  Gregorii  pofthuma;   or  certain  learned  tracts.,-  with  cuts. 

Written  by  John  Gregorie,  With  an  account  of  the 
author's  life;  published  by  J.  G.  London,  1649.  Gift 
of  'Jofzph  Breiv.tnall. 

953 
X  x 


346  Mifcellanies.     Octavo. 

95$  Varieties;  or  a  fvrveigh  of  rare  and  excellent  matters, 
neceflary  and  delectable  for  all  forts  of  perfons ;  wherein 
the  principall  heads  of  diverfe  fcicnces  are  illuftrated. 
By  David  Perfon.  London,  1635.  Gift  of  John  Camp. 
bell. 

963  Cicero's  epiftles  to  Atticus;  with  notes.  Tranflated  into 
Englifh,  by  William  Guthrie.     2  vols.    London,  1752. 

t  9731 

&    >  See  page  294,   (Experimental  and  natural  PhiJofophy.) 

f  1009  J 

989  The  mifcellaneous  pieces  of  M.  De  Secondat,  baron  de 
Montefquieu.     Tranflated  from  the  French.     London, 

1759- 
991   Letters  and  tracts  on  the  choice  of  company  and  other 
fubjects.     Second  edition.     London,  1762. 

999  Mifcellaneous  tracts  relating  to  natural  hiftory,  hufbandry 
and  phyfic.  To  which  is  added,  the  Calendar  of 
Flora;  with  plates.     London,  1762. 

\  1002   See  page  97,   (Voyages  and  Travels.) 

1 010  A  complete  catalogue  of  all  books  and  pamphlets  pub- 
lifhed  for  ten  years  paft;  with  their  prices,  and  refer- 
ences to  their  characters  in  the  "  Monthly  review." 
London,  1760. 

*  1013 — 2 "J  Reflections  on  inland  navigations;  and  a  new  method 

&  >      propofed   for   executing   the    intended   navigation 

*  1 1 10 — 2  J      betwixt  the  Forth  and  the  Clyde.     London,  1768. 

105 1  Letters  on  the  importance  of  the  rifing  generation  of  the 
laboring  part  of  our  fellow- fubjects;  being  an  account 
of  the  miferable  ftate  of  the  infant  parifli  poor;  the 
ufefulnefs  of  the  hofpital  for  deferted  children  properly 
reftricted;  and  an  hiitorical  detail  of  the  whole  mor- 
tality of  London  and  Weftminfter,  from  the  year  1592, 
to  this  time;  with  political,  moral  and  religious  reflec- 
tions.    By  Jonas  Hanway.     2  vols.     London,  1767. 

t  I0577 

&     >  See  page  306,  (Poetry  and  the  Drama.) 
t  10583 

107 1  The  univerfal  catalogue,  for  the  years  1772  and  1 773- 
2  vols.     London. 

f  1075  See  PaSe  97>  (Voyages  and  Travels.) 


Mifcellanics.     O&avo.  347 

2076  Three  trcatifes,  viz.  The  firft,  concerning  art;  the  fecond, 
concerning  mufic,  painting  and  poetry;  and  the  third, 
concerning  happinefs.  By  James  Harris.  Third  edi- 
tion.    London,  1772. 

1079  Select  eflays  from  the  Encyclopedy;  being  the  mod  curi- 
ous, entertaining  and  inftructive  parts  of  that  very  ex- 
tcnfive  work,  written  by  Mallet,  Diderot,  D'Alembcrt, 
and  others.     London,  1772. 

10S4  A  diiTertation  on  the  numbers  of  mankind,  in  ancient  and 
modern  times;  in  which  the  fuperior  populoufnefs  of 
antiquity  is  maintained;  with  an  appendix,  containing 
additional  obfervations  on  the  fame  fubjeci:,  and  fome 
remarks  on  Mr.  Hume's  "  Political  difcourfe  of  the 
populoufnefs  of  ancient  nations."     Edinburgh,  1753. 

1095  Anthropometamorphofis;  man  transformed;  or  the  artifi- 
ciall  changling  hiftorically  reprefented,  in  the  mad  gal- 
lantry, foolifh  bravery,  ridiculous  beauty,  and  filthy 
finenefle  of  mod  nations,  fafhioning  and  altering  their 
bodies  from  the  mould  intended  by  natvre;  with  figures 
of  thofe  transfigurations.     London,  1653. 

1097  Select  effays  on  commerce,  agriculture,  mines,  fifheries, 
and  other  ufeful  fubjecls.     London,  1754. 

1 105  Letters  written  by  the  late  Philip  Dormer  Stanhope,  earl 
of  Chefterfield,  to  his  fon  Philip  Stanhope,  Efquire; 
with  feveral  other  pieces  on  various  fubjects.  Publimed 
by  Mrs.  Eugenia  Stanhcpe.  Third  edition.  4  vols. 
London,  1774. 

1 1 13  The  London  catalogue  of  books  in  all  languages,  arts, 
and  fciences,  that  have  been  printed  in  Great  Britain 
fince  the  year  1700;  properly  claffed;  with  their  prices. 
London,  1773.  ^ 

The  Pennfylvania  magazine;  or  American  monthly  mu- 
feum,  from  January,  1775,  to  July,  1776,  inclufive; 
with  plates.  By  Robert  Aitken.  2  vols.  Philadel- 
phia. 

1 1 23  The  Weftminfler  magazine;  or  the  pantheon  of  tafle, 
from  January,  1773,  to  December,  1785,  inclufive; 
with  plates.      13  vols.     London. 

1 1 37 — 1  A  general  catalogue  of  books  in  all  languages,  arts, 
and  fciences,  that  have  been  printed  in  Great  Bri- 
tain fince  the  year  1700,  to  the  prefent  time.  Lon- 
don, 1779. 

n-4 


348  Mifcellanies.     O&avo. 

— 2  An  appendix  and  a  fupplement  to  the  general  cata- 
logue of  books,  containing  thofe  publiihed  fine® 
the  year  1779,  to  the  end  of  July,  1783.     London, 

— 5  State  of  the  accounts  of  the  lieutenant  and  fub-lieute- 
nants  of  the  "city  of  Philadelphia,  and  liberties, 
from  March,  1777,  to  April,  1783.  Philadelphia. 
1784. 

*  1 1 49 — 1   An  account  of  the  flopping  of  Daggenham  breach; 

with  the  accidents  that  have  attended  the  fame  from 
the  firft  undertaking;  alfo,  rules  for  performing 
any  the  like  work.  By  John  Perry.  London, 
1721. 

*  1 150 — 1   E/Tays,    for   the   month  of   December,    17 16;    with 

plates.    By  a  fociety  of  gentlemen,    London,  171 6. 

— 4  An  account  of  the  new  method  of  extinguifhing  fires, 
by  explofion  and  fufrocation;  introduced  by  Ambrofe 
Godfrey.      1724. 

-—5  Mifcellaneas  curiofae;  or  entertainments  for  the  ingeni* 
ous  of  both  fexes;  with  plates.  From  January, 
1734,  to  March,  1735.     York,  1734  and  1735. 

r — 6  The  literary  magazine;  or  felecl  Britifh  library;  con- 
taining an  account  of  books  and  pamphlets  puHifli- 
ed  in  Great  Britain  and  Ireland,  a  view  of  the  date 
of  learning,  &c.  for  the  months  of  October,  and 
January,  1735.  By  a  fociety  of  gentlemen.  Lon- 
don, 1735. 

1 1 85  The  works  of  Lucian.  Tranflated  from  the  Greek,  by 
Thomas  Francklin.     4  vols.     London,  178 1. 

1 199  A  fupplement  to  Dr.  Swift's  works;  being  a  colle&ion  of 
mifcellanies,  in  profe  and  verfe,  by  the  Dean,  Dr.  De- 
lany,  Dr.  Sheridan,  and  others,  his  intimate  friends; 
with  notes  and  an  index,  by  the  editor.  2  vols.  Lon- 
don, 1776. 

1205  A  dilTertation  on  the  languages,  literature,  and  manners 
of  the  Eaftern  nations;  with  further  remarks  on  a  new 
analyfis  of  ancient  mythology;  in  anfwer  to  an  apology 
addreffed  to  the  author,  by  Jacob  Bryant.  By  John 
Richardfon.     Oxford,  1778. 

1208  Letters  military  and  political.  Tranflated  from  the  Ita- 
lian of  count  Algarotti.     London,  1782. 

1209 


Mifcellanks.     O&avo.  349 

1209  ErTays;  on  poetry  and  mufic,  as  they  affect  the  mind;  on 
laughter  and  ludicrous  compofition ;  and  on  the  utility 
of  claffical  learning.  By  James  Beattie.  Edinburgh, 
1778. 

1 2 14  EfTays,  letters  and  poems.  By  Edmund  Rack.  Bath, 
1781. 

1219  Temple's  moral  and  political  memoirs.     London,  1779. 

1 221  The  pofthumous  works,  in  profe  and  verfe,  of  the  late 
Ifaac  Watts.  Compiled,  adjufled  and  publifhed  by  a 
gentleman  of  the  univerfity  «f  Cambridge.  2  vols. 
London,  1779. 

1257  The  works  of  George  Lord  Lyttleton.  Collected  and 
publifhed  by  George  Edward  Ayfcough.  Third  edi- 
tion.    3  vols.     London,  1776. 

2264  Select  letters  between  the  late  dutchefs  of  Somerfet,  lady 
Luxborough,  Mifs  Dolman,  Mr.  Whiitler,  Mr.  R„ 
Dodfley,  William  Shenftone,  and  others;  including  a 
fketch  of  the  manners,  laws,  Sec.  of  the  republic  of 
Venice,  and  fome  poetical  pieces.  Publifhed  by  Mr. 
Hull.     2  vols.     London,  1778. 

1267  Philofophical  obfervatjons  on  the  fenfes  of  vifion  and  hear- 
ing; with  a  treatife  on  harmonic  founds,  and  an  efTay 
on  combuftion  and  animal  heat.  By  J.  Elliott.  Lon- 
don, 1780. 

127 1  The  epiftolary  correfpondence,  vifitatron  charges,  fpeeches, 
and  mifcellanies  of  Francis  Atterbury;  with  hiftorical 
notes.     3  vols.     London,  1783. 

1283  Gbfervations  on  the  river  Wye  and  feveral  parts  of  South 
Wales,  &c.  relative  chiefly  to  picturefque  beauty;  made 
in  the  fummer  of  the  year  1770;  with  plates.  By  Wil- 
liam Gilpin.     London,  1782. 

1 293 1  Memorials  of  human  fuperftition;    being  a  paraphrafe 
&     >      and  commentary  on  the  "  Hiftoria  flagellantium "  of 
1788  J      the  abbe  Boileau;  with  plates.     By  J.  L.  De  Lolme. 
Second  edition.     London,  1784. 

1 30 1   The  medical  regifter  for  the  year  1783.     London. 

P  13 19 — 3"!  A  lift  of  the  directors  and  members  of  the  Humane 
&c  >      Society  of  London,  for  the  years  1779  and  1780, 
—5  j      and  1 78 1  and  17825   with  an  account  of  the  faid 
fociety.     London. 

—6 


*■;  ** 


ro  Mifcellanies*     Octavo. 


— 6  Rules  and  orders  of  the  fociety  inftituted  at  Bath,  for 
the  encouragement  of  agriculture,  arts,  numiifac- 
tures,  and  commerce;  with  a  lift  of  the  ibcietv's 
premiums  and  the  members  of  the  fociety.     Bath, 

I783- 

*  1323 — I   Confederations   on   the  defects   of  prifons,   and  their 

prefent  fyftem  of  regulation.  By  Sir  G.  O.  Paul. 
London,  1784. 

*  1330 — 4  The  neglect:  of  the  effectual  feparation  of  prifoners, 

and  the  want  of  good  order  and  religions  ceconomy 
in  our  prifons,  the  chief  caufe  of  the  frequent  thefts 
and  violences  committed.  In  letters,  by  Jonas 
Hanway,  Efquire.     London,  1784. 

1349  Remarks  concerning  the  encroachments  on  the  river 
Thames  near  Durham-yard.  AddrefTed  to  the  corpo- 
ration of  London,  by  Granville  Sharp.  London,  1771. 
Gift  of  the  author. 

f  1359  See  page  58,  (Civil  Hiftory.) 

f  1376  See  page  307,   (Poetry  and  the  Drama.) 

1384!  The  obferver;  being  a  collection  of  moral,  literary  and 
&     >      familiar  effays.     Second  edition.     One  volume.     Lon- 
1450  j      don,  1785.     Third  edition.     3  vols.     Loudon,  1786. 

*  1388 — 1   Hiftorical  remaiks  and  anecdotes  on  the  caflle  of  the 

Baftille.  Tranflated  from  the  French,  by  Jchn 
Howard.     Second  edition.     London,  1784. 

1400  The  European  magazine,  and  London  review;  with 
plates;  from  January,  1782,  to  January,  1789,  inclu- 
sive. By  the  Philological  Society  of  London.  14  vols. 
London. 

1402  Robinfon's  new  annual  regifter;  or  general  repofitory  of 
hiftory,  politics,  and  literature;  for  the  years  1783, 
1784  and  1785.     London. 

1408  Memoirs  of  the  literary  and  philofophical  fociety  of  Man- 
chester; with  plates.     2  vols.     Warrington,  1785. 

f  1423  See  page  307.  (Poetry  and  the  Drama.  J 

1429  A  general  catalogue  of  books  in  all  languages,  arts,  and 
fciences,  printed  in  Great  Britain,  and  publifned  in 
London,  from  the  year  1700,  to  1786.  By  W.  Bent. 
London,  1786. 

1433  Effays,  hiftorical  and  moral,  by  G.  Gregory.  London, 
1785. 

1436 


Mifcellanies.     O&avo.  351 

1436  The  hiftory  and  practice  of  aeroftation;  with  plates.  By 
Tiberius  Cavallo.     London,  1785. 

*  1442 — 1  A  treatiie  upon  aeroftatic  machines;  containing  rules 
for  calculating  their  powers  of  afcenfion,  &c.  the 
method  of  constructing  them;  with  directions  for 
filling  them  and  making  inflammable  air,  &c.  By 
John  Southern.     Birmingham,  1785. 

— 2  Report  of  Doctor  Benjamin  Franklin,  and  other  com- 
miilioners,  charged  by  the  king  of  France,  with  the 
examination  of  the  animal  magnetifm,  as  now  prac- 
tifed  at  Paris.  Tranflated  from  the  French;  with  an 
hiitorical  introduction.     London,  1785. 

1451  Airopaidia;  containing  the  narrative  of  a  balloon  excurfion 
from  Cheiter,  September  8,  1785;  hints  on  the  im- 
provement of  balloons ;  with  plates,  extenfive  tables, 
and  various  phiiofophical  obfervations  and  conjectures, 
ferving  as  an  introduction  to  aerial  navigation.  By 
Thomas  Baldwin.     Chefter,  1786. 

f  *  1452 — 2  See  page  233,  (Laiv.) 

1458  The  London  art  of  cookery,  and  houfkeeper's  complete 
affiftant;  with  plates.  By  John  Farley.  Third  edition. 
London,  1785. 

f  1487   See  page  59,  (Civil  Hi/lcry.) 

1488  The  Columbian  magazine;  or  monthly  mifcellany,  from 
September,  1786,  to  December,  1788,  inclufive;  with 
plates.      2  vols.     Philadelphia. 

1492  A  brief  view  of  the  accounts  of  the  treafury  of  Pennfyl- 
vania,  from  the  commencement  of  the  revolution,  to 
April,  1783.     Philadelphia.      Gift  of  John  Nicholfon. 

1503  The  American  magazine  and  monthly  chronicle  for  the 

Britifh  colonies,  from  October,   1757,  to  October,  1758, 
inclufive.     By  a  fociety  of  gentlemen.     Philadelphia. 

1504  The  American  magazine  for  the  year   1769;   to  which 

are  added,  the  tranfactions  of  the  American  Philofophi- 
cal fociety;  with  plates.     (Title page  loft.) 

1505  The  new  American  magazine,  from  January,   1758,  to 

March     1760,    inclufive.      By   Sylvanus   Americanus. 
3  vols.     Woodbridge,  in  New  Jerfey. 

1514  A  general  idea  of  the  epitcmy  of  the  works  of  Robert 
Boyle,  Efquire;  to  which  are  added,  general  heads 
for  the  natural  hi  (lory  of  a  country.     By  R.  Boulton. 

London,  1700. 

*  1524—3 


i  r  2  Mifcellanies.     O  &av  o . 

*  i  szA — 2  Extracts  from  Mr.  Young's  fix  months  tour  through 

the  North  of  England,  and  from  the  letter  cf  an 
unknown  author,  publifhed  in  the  London  maga- 
zine, for  October,  1772,  on  the  fubject  of  canal  na- 
vigations; with  plates.  Addreffed  to  the  corpora- 
tion of  London,  by  James  Sharp.     1774. 

*  1525 — 3  The  partnerfkip ;  or  the  hiftory  of  the  rife  and  pro- 

grefs  of  the  Pennfylvania  chronicle,  &c.  By  Wil- 
liam Goddard.     Philadelphia,  1770. 

11:26  The  Britifh  librarian;  exhibiting  a  compendious  review, 
or  abfiract,  of  our  mofl  fearce  and  valuable  books  in  all 
fciences,   as  well  in  manufciipt  as  in  print.     London, 

I738- 

1529  La  philofophie  occulte  de  Henr.  Corn.  Agrippa,  tradulte 

du  Latin.     A  la  Haye,  1727. 

1530  Mifcellanea  Curiofa;    containing  a  collection  of  fome  of 

the  principal  phcenomena  in  nature,  accounted  for  by 
the  greateft  philofophers  of  this  age;  alio,  a  collection 
of  curious  travels,  voyages,  antiquities,  and  natural 
hiftory  of  countries,  read  and  prefented  to  the  Royal 
Society  of  London;  with  plates.  To  which  are  added, 
a  difcourfe  of  the  influence  of  the  fun  and  moon  on 
human  bodies,  by  R.  Mead;  and  Fontenelle's  preface 
on  the  ufefulnefs  of  mathematical  learning.  Second 
edition.     3  vols.     London,  1708. 

153 1  Le  fpectacle  de  la  nature,     torn  III.     Francfort,  1752.  • 

1537  Het  natuurlyk  tover-boeck  oft  nieuw  fpeel-tooneel  der 
konften.     Door  Simon  Witgeeft.     t'Amfterdam,  1725. 

1543  Io.   Bodini   Andegaverffis   de   Magorum  Dsmcnomania. 

Libri  IV.     Francofurti,  159c. 

1544  Les  fecrets  du  Seigneur  Alexis  Piemontois.     A  Rouen, 

"737- 

*  1562 — 1  The  United  States  magazine;  a  repofitory  of  hiftory, 

politics  and  literature;  for  January,  February, 
March,  April,  May,  June,  July,  September,  and 
October,  1779.     By  Francis  Bailey.     Philadelphia. 

— 2  The  penny  poft,    from  January  9,    to  January  27, 
1769,  inclufive.  By  Benjamin  Mecom.  Philadelphia. 

*  1564 — 3  A  candid  examination  cf  Doctor  Mayhew's  obferva- 

tions.  on  the  charter  and  conduct  of  the  Society  for 
the  propagation  of  the  gclpel  in  foreign  parts.  To 
which  is  added,  a  letter  to  a  friend,  containing  a 
fhort  vindication  of  the  faid  fociety.  By  one  of  its 
members.     Lofton,  1763. 

—5 


Mifcellanies*     O&avq.  353 

>— 5  A  letter  to  the  governors  of  the  college  of  New  York, 
respecting  the  collection  that  was  made  in  this  king- 
dom in  1762  and  1763,  for  the  colleges  of  Phila- 
delphia and  New  York;  with  notes,  and  an  appen- 
dix, containing  the  letters  which  parTed  between  Al- 
derman Trecothick  and  the  author.  By  James 
Jay.     London,  1 7  7 1 . 

— 6  Candid  remarks  on  Doctor  Witherfpoon's  addrefs  to 
the  inhabitants  of  Jamaica,  and  the  other  Weft  In- 
dia iflands.     Philadelphia,  1772. 

1565 — 4  A  ploughman's  complaint  againft  a  clergyman;  being 
a  letter  to  the  Baptift  aflociation  at  Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia,  1767. 

P  1 566 — 3  An  oration  in  memory  of  general  Montgomery,  and 
of  the  officers  and  foldiers  who  fell  with  him,  before 
Quebec.     By  William  Smith.     Philadelphia,  1776. 

— 4  A  philoibphical  difcourfe,  addreffed  to  the  American 
Academy  of  Arts  and  Sciences.  By  James  Bow- 
doin,  Eiquire.     Boflon,  1780. 

P  1567 — 1  The  man  unmafked  ;  or  the  world  undeceived,  in  the 
author  of  a  late  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  Extracts  from 
the  proceedings  of  the  high  court  of  vice-admiralty 
in  Charleftown,  South  Carolina;"  with  fuitable  re- 
marks on  that  performance.  By  Egerton  Leigh. 
Charleftown,  1769. 

*  1568 — 2  An  account  of  money  received  and  difburfed  for  the 

Orphan-houfe  in  Georgia;  with  a  plan  of  the  build- 
ing.    By  George  Whitefield.     London,  1 741. 

*  1569 — S  A  brief  account  of  the  occafion,  procefs  and  ifTue  of 

a  late  trial  at  Gloucester,  March  3,  £743,  between 
fome  Methodifts  and  certain  perfons  of  the  town  of 
Minchin- Hampton.  By  George  Whitefield.  Third 
edition.     London,  1744. 

*  1570 — 10  A  narrative  of  the  original  defign,    rife,    progrefs, 

and  prefent  ftate  of  the  indian  charity-fchool  at 
Lebanon,  in  Connecticut.  By  Eleazar  Wheelock. 
Bofton,  1763. 

1572 — 4  A  ftate  of  the  cafe  of  Rebecca  Richardfon,  refpecting 
a  lioufe  and  lot  in  Philadelphia. 

ffj£7£-r-i  The  wonderful  appearance  of  an  angel,  devil  and 
ghoft,  to  a  gentleman  in  the  town  of  Bofton,  in  the 
nights  c,f  the  fourteenth,  fifteenth  and  fixteenth  of 
October,  1774;  with  cuts.     Bofton,  1774. 


* 


354  Mifcellariies.  ,  O&avo. 

—2  A  fragment  of  the  chronicles  of  Nathan  Ben  Saddi, 
a  rabbi  of  the  Jews ;  lately  difcovered  in  the  ruins  of 
Herculaneum.  Tranflated  into  Engliih.  Conftan- 
tinople,  5707. 

—3  Diana's  fhrines  turned  into  ready  money,  by  prieftly 
magic;  or  virtue  given  up.  Being  remarks  on  the 
Northern  prieft's  pamphlet,  entitled,  "  A-^—  a 
known  to  the  A ts.     New  York,  1773. 

—4  The  firft  book  of  the  American  chronicles  of  the  times. 
Philadelphia. 

1579  A  ftate  of  the  accounts  of  the  lieutenants  and  fub-lietite- 
riants  of  the  city  and  county  of  Philadelphia;  and  of 
the  collectors  of  excife  in  the  feveral  counties  of  Pennfyl- 
vania;  from  March,  1777,  to  January,  1782.  Philadel- 
phia. 

158 1  A  ftate  of  the  accounts  of  the  lieutenants  and  fub-lieute- 
nants  of  the  feveral  counties  in  Pennfylvania,  from 
March,  1777,  to  March,  1780.     Philadelphia., 

*  1  j 86 — 4  The  rife  and  continuance  of  the  fubftitutes  in  the  con- 

tinental army;  with  the  opinion  of  feveral  eminent 
lawyers.     Philadelphia,  1777. 

—1 1  A  plan  for  conducting  the  infpector-general's  depart- 
ment of  the  United  States.     Philadelphia,  1780. 

— 12  A  plan  for  conducting  the  quarter-mafter-generaFs 
department  of  the  United  States.  Philadelphia, 
1780. 

14  The  fcheme  of  the  United  States  lottery;  with  a  lift 

of  the  fortunate  numbers  in  the  firft  clafs  of  the 
faid  lottery.     York-Town,  1778. 

*  ic88 11  An  addrefs  to  the  feveral  perfons  claiming  under  the 

indian  purchafes,  called  the  Mountain,  Horfneck 
and  Van  Giefon.     By  David  Ogden.     1767. 

— 12  An  account  of  the  college  of  New  Jerfey.  Wood- 
bridge,  1764. 

-—14  An  addrefs  to  the  inhabitants  of  Jamaica,  and  other 
Weft  India  iflands,  in  behalf  of  the  college  of 
New  Jerfey.     Philadelphia,  1772. 

*  1589 — 3  A  treatife  on  the  better  employment,  and  more  com- 

fortable fupport  of  the  poor  in  work-houfes ;  with 
fome  obfervations  on  the  growth  and  culture  of  flax; 
and  divers  new  inventions  for  the  improvement  of 
the  linen  manufacture;  with  plates.  By  William 
jBailey.     London,  1758. 

1624 


Mifcellanies.     O&avo,  355 

%  624.  The  new  London  magazine ;  being  a  repository  of  know- 
ledge, inftruction  and  entertainment;  from  January, 
1785,  to  January,  1788;  with  plates.  By  a  fociety  of 
literary  gentlemen.     6  vols.     London. 

1625!  The  American  mufeum;    or  repofitory  of  ancient  and 
&     >      modern  fugitive  pieces,  profe  and  poetical;  from  Ja- 
1626J      nuary,  1787,  to  July,  1789.     By  Matthew  Carey.     5 
vols.     Philadelphia.      Gift  of  the  editor. 

f  *  1628 — 2  Seepage  234,  (Law.) 

*  16^2 — 2  The  charter,  laws,  and  catalogue  of  books  of  the 
Union  Library  Company  of  Hatborough;  with  a 
fhort  account  of  the  firft  eftablifhment  thereof. 
Philadelphia,  1788. 

—3  The  original  fleam-boat  fupported;  or  a  reply  to 
James  Rumfey's  pamphlet;  fhewing  the  true  pri- 
ority of  John  Fitch,  and  the  falfe  datings,  &c.  of 
James  Rumfey.     Philadelphia,  1788. 

■=?-~4  ,A  fhort  treatife  on  the  application  of  fleam,  whereby 
is  clearly  fhewn  from  actual  experiments,  that  fleam 
may  be  applied  to  propel  boats  or  vefTels.  By 
James  Rumfey.  Philadelphia,  1788.  This,  and  the 
ttuo  preceding  pamphlets,  the  gift  of  Zachariah  Poulfon, 
junr. 

1634  Ahiman  Rezon  abridged  and  digefted,  as  a  help  to  all 
that  are,  or  would  be  free  and  accepted  mafons.  To 
which  is  added,  a  fermon,  preached  at  a  general  com- 
munion, in  Philadelphia,  December  28,  1778,  by  Wil- 
liam Smith.  Philadelphia,  1783.  Gift  of  Zachariah 
Poulfon,  juur. 

1637  Letters  to  and  from  the  late  Doctor  Samuel  Johnfon;  with 
fome  poems  never  before  printed.  Publifhed  by  Hefter 
Lynch  Piozzi.     2  vols.     London,  1788. 

1640  The  Olla  Podrida,  a  periodical  work.  Second  edition. 
London,  1788. 

1 65 1  L.  Auli  Gellii  nocles  Attics  feu  vigiliae  Attic»  et  Henrici 
Stephani  nocles  Parifianae,  cum  ejufdem  in  Aulum 
Gellium  annotationibus.     Parifiis,  1585. 

1654  L.  Caii  Plinii  Cascilii  epiflolse  et  panegyricus.  Oxonii, 
1703. 

1662  L.  Fragmenta  aurea;  a  collection  of  all  the  pieces,  writ-* 
ten  by  Sir  John  Suckling.  Third  edition.  London, 
1658. 

t  1665  L.  Seepage  63,  (Civil Hi/lory.) 

tGSi  L> 


A 


eC  Mifcellanles.     O&avo. 

1 68 1  L.  Alexandri  ab  Alexandro  Neapolitan!  genialium  dierum 
libri  fex.     Lugduni,  1616. 

1695  L.  Opufcula  mythologica,  phyfica  et  ethica.  Gsxce  ct 
Latine.     Amftelaedami,  1688. 

1707  L,  CI.  Aeliani  varia  hiftoria.  Grsece  et  Latine  cum  ver- 
fione  Jufti  Valteji  et  Perizonii  commentario.  Lug- 
duni in  Batavis,  1701. 

1 7 10  L.  Valerii  Maximi  di&orum  factorumque  exempla.  Lug- 
duni, 1 55 1. 

1 716  L.  Joh.  Alberti  Fabricii  Bibliotheca  Latina  five  notitia 
Veterum  Latinorum  quorumcunque  fcripta  ad  nos 
pervenerunt.     Londini,  1703. 

1726  L.  Aur.  Theodofii  Macrobii  opera  cum  Pqntani  notis. 
Lugduni  Batavorum,  1597. 

1729  Z,.  Enquiries  touching  the  diverfity  of  languages  and  re- 
ligions, through  the  chief  parts  of  the  world.  By 
Edward  Brerewood.     London,  1674. 

1736  L.  Luci  Ccelii  Laclantii  opera  quae  extant  omnia.  Canta- 
brigise,  1685. 

1748  L.  Relectiones  Hyemales  de  ratione  et  methodo  legendi 
utrafque  hiitorias,  civiles  et  ecclefiafticas.  Auctore 
Degoreo  Whear.  Acceiferunt  Mantifla  de  hiftoricis 
gentium  particularium  et  Gabrielis  Naudaei  biblio- 
graphy politica.     Cantabrigise,  1684. 

:  1 75 1 — 2  Reflections  upon  what  the  world  commonly  call  good- 
luck  and  ill-luck,  with  regard  to  lotteries;  and  of 
the  ufe  which  may  be  made  of  them.  Tranflated 
into  Engliih  from  the  French  of  Monf.  Le  Clerc. 
London,  1758. 

1756  The  mifcellaneous  works  of  J.  P.  BriiTot  de  Warville. 
(French.)      3  vols.     Paris,  1784.      Gift  of  the  author. 

:  1758 — 4  Remarks  on  John  Fitch's  reply  to  James  Rumfey's 
pamphlet.  By  Jofeph  Barnes.  Philadelphia,  1788. 
Gift  of  Zachariah  Pou/fon,  junr. 

17 $0  Notes  on  the  (late  of  Virginia,  by  Thomas  Jefferfon; 
with  a  map,  including  the  ftates  of  Virginia,  Mary- 
land, Delaware  and  Pennfylvania.     London,  1787. 

I  I773 — *  America  differed;  being  a  full  and  true  account  of 
ail  the  American  colonies;  fhewing,  the  intempe- 
rance of  the  climates;,  badnefs  of  money;  danger 
from  enemies;  and  the  danger  to  the  fouls  of  the 
poor  people  that  remove  thither,  from  the  herefies 
that  prevail  there.  By  a  divine  of  the  church  of 
England.     Dublin,  1753. 


Mifcellanies.     O&avo.  357 

— 4  An  addrefs  to  admiral  Auguftus  Keppel;  containing 
candid  remarks  on  his  defence;  with  obfervations  on 
fuch  pafTages  as  relate  to  the  conduct  of  vice-admi- 
ral Sir  Hugh  Pallifer.  By  a  feaman.  London, 
1779.      Gift  of  Do8or  Thomas  Parke. 

1774  The  mifcellaneous  works,  in  profe  and  verfe,  of  Edward 
Ward.      (A  fragment.) 

1779  Elegant  extracts;  or  ufeful  and  entertaining  pafTages,  in 

profe;  felected  for  the  improvement  of  fcholars  in  the 
art  of  fpeaking,  in  reading,  thinking,  compofing,  and 
in  the  conduct  of  life.     London. 

1780  Elegant   extracts;    or   ufeful   and   entertaining  pieces   of 

poetry;  felected  for  the  improvement  of  youth  in  fpeak- 
ing, reading,  thinking,  compofing,  and  in  the  conduct 
of  life.     London. 

1790  The  works,  theological,  medical,  political,  and  mifcel- 
laneous, of  John  Jebb ;  with  memoirs  of  the  life  of 
the  author,  by  John  Difney.     3  vols.     London,  1787. 

1792  The  hiftory  of  inland  navigations,  particularly  that  of 
the  duke  of  Bridgewater;  with  geographical  plans. 
Third  edition.     London,  1779. 


DUODECIMO. 

3  The  Jewifh  fpy;  being  a  philofophical,  hiitorical  and  cri- 
tical correfpondence,  by  letters  which  lately  pa/Ted  be- 
tween certain  Jews  in  Turkey,  Italy,  France,  &c. 
Tranflated  into  French  from  the  originals,  by  the  mar- 
quis D'Argens;  and  now  done  into  Englifh.  5  vols. 
London,  1766. 

7I  The  works  of  Plato  abridged;   with  an  account  of  his 

&  >      life,  philofophy,  morals,  and  politics;    and  a  tranfia- 

135  J      tion  of  his  choiceft  dialogues.      With  notes,   by  M. 

Dacier.      Tranflated   from   the    French,    by   feveral 

hands.     Second  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1720. 

10  The  farriei's  and  horfeman's  complete  dictionary.  By 
Thomas  Wallace.     London,  1729. 

iS  Human  nature  furveyed  by  philofophy  and  revelation. 
In  two  e/Tays;  with  aphorifms  and  indexes  to  both 
effays.     By  a  gentleman.     London,  172S. 

22 


358  Mifcellanies.     Duodecimo. 

22  Familiar  letters  on  various  fubjects  of  bufmefs  and  arnufe- 

ment.  Written  with  a  view  to  form  the  ftyle  of 'the 
younger  part  of  both  fexes.  By  Charles  Halifax.  Se- 
cond edition.     London,  1754. 

23  A  collection  of  political  and  other  tracts.      By  the  late 

John  Trenchard  and  John  Gordon.  2  vols.  London, 
1751. 

29  The  works  of  Doctor  Jonathan  Swift,  dean  of  St.  Pa- 
trick's; with  the  author's  life  and  character,  and  notes, 
hiftorical  and  critical.     11  vols.     Edinburgh,  1761. 

32  The  Humorift.     London,  1763. 

38  Letters  from  an  old  man  to  a  young  prince;    with  the 

anfwers.  To  which  are  prefixed,  thofe  of  her  prefent 
majefty  to  her  fon.  Translated  from  the  Swedifht 
Second  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1759. 

39  The  female  Spectator.     Fifth  edition.     4  vols,     London, 

*755- 
43  The  mifcellaneous  works  of  John  Hildrop.    2  vols.    Lon- 
don, 1754. 

44 "J  Letters  written  by  a  Turkifh  fpy,   who  lived  at  Paris; 

&  >      giving  an  acccount  of  the  moA:  remarkable  tranfactions 

53  j      of  Europe,   efpecially  of  the  court  of  France;  from^ 

the  year  1637,   to  the  year  1682.      Translated  from 

the  Arabac  into  Italian,  and  from  thence  into  Englifh. 

8  vols.     London,  1753. 

50  The  works  of  Henry  Needier;  confifting  of  original 
poems,  tranflations,  effays,  and  letters.  Published  by 
Mr.  Duncombe.     Second  edition.     London,  1728. 

t  541 

&  >  See  page  6$,  (Civil  Hiflory.) 

t55J 

57  Crito;  or  an  efiay  on  various  fubjects.  2  vols.  London, 
1767. 

t  61   See  page  311,   (Poetry  and  the  Drama.) 

68 1 

^  (  The  Spectator.     8  vols.     London,  1 749.     9  vols.    Lon- 

220J      don>  *tf3- 
^£The  Guardian.     2  vols.     London,  1751.     N°*  229  the 


} 


gift  of  John  M* Michael. 

87  The  herald;  or  patriot-proclaimer;  being  a  collection  of 
periodical  eflays  on  government,  commerce,  public 
credit,  and  other  interefting  fubjects.  By  Stentor  Tell- 
truth.     2  vols.     London,  1758. 

104 


Mifcellanies.     Duodecimo.  359 

ro4  The  beauties  of  the  fpeclators,  tatlers,  and  guardians; 
connected  and  digefted  under  alphabetical  heads.  2 
vols.     London,  1757. 

123  The  works  of  Monfieur  de  Voltaire.  Tranflated  from 
the  French,  with  notes,  by  T.  Smollet  and  others. 
Second  edition.     34  vols.     London,  1762. 

125  The  Adventurer.      Second  edition.      4  vols.     London, 

1754- 

128  The  works  of  Edmund  Waller,  in  verfe  and  profe,  Pub- 
lifhed  by  Mr.  Fenton.     London,  1730. 

f  134  Seepage  140,   (Theology.) 


t  1441 
&    [ 

} 


See  page  312,  (Poetry  and  the  Drama.) 


146!  The  mifcellaneous  works,  in  verfe  and  profe,  of  jofeph 

&    >      Addifon;  with  fome  account  of  the  life  and  writings 

321 J      of  the  author,    by  Mr.  Tickell.      3  vols.      London, 

*753- 

152  The  works  of  Chriftina,  queen  of  Sweden;  containing 
maxims  and  fentences,  and  reflections  on  the  life  and 
actions  of  Alexander  the  Great.  Tranflated  from  the 
French.  To  which  is  prefixed,  an  account  of  her  life, 
character  and  writings,   by  the   translator.      London, 

1753- 

154  Polite  epiftolary  correfpondence;  being  a  collection  of  let- 
ters on  the  mod  inilrucHve  fubjects.  Second  edition. 
London,  1 75 1.  ' 

156 — 1  A  critical  and  hiftorical  account  of  all  the  celebrated 
libraries  in  foreign  countries,  as  well  ancient  as  mo- 
dern; with  reflections  upon  the  choice  of  books. 
By  a  gentleman  of  the  temple.     London,  1739. 

1*59  Fhilofophical  letters  upon  phyfiognomies ;  with  diflerta- 
tions  on  the  inequality  of  fouls,  philanthropy  and  mif- 
fortunes.     London,  175 1. 

163  Eilays,     moral    and   critical,    by   M.    L'Abbe    Trublet. 
Tranflated  from  the  French.     London,  1744.     Gift  of 
David  Hall. 

^64  The  American  initructor;  or  young  man's  belt,  companion. 
To  which  is  added,  the  poor  planter's  phyiician ;  -  with 
prudent  advice  to  young  tradefmen.  By  George  Fiilier. 
Ninth  edition.     Philadelphia,  1748. 

166 


^6o  Mifcellanies.     Duodecimo. 

1667 
&    i-  The  works  of  David  Mallet.     3  vols.     London,  1 759. 

20SJ 

173  Memoria  technica;  or  a  new  method  of  artificial  memory. 
London,  1730. 

1 84  The  univerfal  Spectator.  By  Henry  Stonecaftle.  4  vols. 
London,  1747. 

193  The  works  of  Monfieur  Voiture ;  containing  letters  and 
characters  of  the  moft  eminent  perfons  for  rank  and 
literature  in  France ;  romances,  tales  and  poems,  on 
feveral  occafions.  Tranllated  by  Dryden,  Cromwell 
and  other  hands.  Third  edition.  2  vols.  London, 
1736. 

200") 

292  (The  ConnoiiTeur.      By  Mr.  Towne.     Third  edition.     4 
&    f     vols.     London,  1757.     Fourth  edition.     London. 
996J 

205  Titus  Livius  in  nuce;  der  kern  und  aufzug  diefes  autoriu 
Nurnberg,  1730. 

209  Philofophical  mifcellanies,  on  various  fubjects;  with  an 
account  of  the  author,  and  his  works,  by  himfelf. 
Tranflated  from  the  original  of  M.  Formey.     London, 

*759- 
211   Characleriftics   of   men,    manners,   opinions,    and  times; 
with  a  collection  of  letters,  by  Anthony,  earl  of  Shaftei- 
bury,     3  vols.     1758. 

21 3  "J  The  Rambler.      6  vols.      London,  1752.      Fourth  edi- 

&    f      tion.     London,  1756. 
993  J 

22?1  The  Tatler;    or  the  lucubrations  of   Ifaac  Bickerflafr, 

&    V      Efquire.     4  vols.     London,  1728  and  1749. 
228J 

2.10  Letters  on  the  mod  common,  as  well  as  important  occa- 
fions of  life.  By  writers  of  the  mod  difcinguifhed  merit. 
To  which  is  prefixed,  a  diifertation  on  the  epiitclary 
flyle.     Second  edition.     London. 

2&°lThe  Vifltor-     B^  feveral  hands*     Publi{hed  b?  WillIam 

^    f      Dodd.     2  vols.     London,  1764. 
760J 

273  The  felea  pieces  of  M.  de  Voltaire.  Tranflated  from  the 
French,  by  Jofeph  Collier.     London,  1 754. 

278  Mifcellanies,  in  profe  and  verfs,  by  lady  Margaret  Pen- 
nyraan.     London,  1740. 

23g 


Mifcellanies.    Duodecimo.  361 

2$o  The  fchool  of  man;  a  moral,  critical  and  anecdotical 
work;  with  a  key  to  the  characters.  Tranflated  from 
the  French.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1753. 

281  Chinefe  letters;  being  a  philofophical,  hiftorical,  and  c?i- 
tical  correfpondence  between  a  Chinefe  traveller  at  Pa- 
ris, and  his  countrymen  in  China,  Mufcovy,  Perfia  and 
Japan.  Tranflated  from  the  originals  into  French,  by 
the  marquis  D'Argens,  and  now  done  into  Englifli. 
London,  1741. 

2S2I  Cato's  letters;   or  efTays  on  liberty,  civil  and  religious, 
8c    >      and  other  important  fubjects.     Fifth  edition.     4  vols. 
$66  J      London,  1748. 

2S5  Converfations  on  the  plurality  of  worlds.  By  Monfieur 
Fontenelle.  Tranflated  from  the  lafl  Paris  edition,  by 
William  Gardiner.     London,  17 15. 

289  The  improvement  of  health;  or  rules  comprifmg  the  na- 
ture, method  and  manner  of  preparing  all  forts  of 
foods  ufed  in  this  nation.  By  Thomas  Moffet.  Cor- 
rected and  enlarged  by  Chriilopher  Bennet.  To  which 
is  prefixed,  a  iliort  view  of  the  author's  life  and  writ- 
ings, by  Mr,  Oldys,  and  an  introduction  by  Doctor  R. 
James.     London,  1746. 

293  Perfian  letters.  By  M.  De  Mcntefquieu.  Tranflated 
from  the  French,  by  Mr.  Floyd.  Fourth  edition.  2 
vols.     London,  1762. 

298  Contemplations,  moral  and  divine,  by  Sir  Matthew  Hale. 
To  which  is  prefixed,  an  account  of  his  life  and  death, 
by  bifhop  Burnet.     Fourth  edition.     2  vols.     Glafgow, 

I745- 

300  The  letters  of  Alexander  Pope.     3  vols.     London,  1742. 

308  The  citizen  of  the  world ;  or  letters  from  a  Chinefe  philo- 

fopher,  redding  in  London,  to  his  friends  in  the  Eait. 
2  vols.     London,  1762. 

309  The  Humorift;  being  efTays  upon  feveral  fubjecls.     Second 

edition.     2  vols.     London,  1735. 

311  The  mifcellaneous  works  of  the  late  Doctor  Arbuthnot. 
Second  edition.     2  vols.     Glafgow,  1751. 

314  Jugemens  des  Savans  fur  les  principaux  ouvrages  cfes  au- 
teurs,  par  Adrien  Baillet.  XVII.  torn*.  A  Amfter- 
dam,  1725. 

%    Hi 


362  Mifcellanies.     Duodecimo* 

320  Reflexions  upon  ridicule;  or  what  it  is  that  makes  a  man 
ridiculous;  and  the  means  to  avoid  it.  Wherein  are 
reprefented  the  manners  and  characters  of  perfons  of 
the  prefent  age.      Fifth  edition.      2  vols.      London, 

1739- 
323  The  ladies'  library.     Written  by  a  lady.     Publifhed  by 
Sir  Richard  Steele.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1732. 

329  The  Lay  monaftery;  confifting  of  eflays,  difcourfes,  &c. 
London,  17 14. 

340  A  collection  of  original  letters.  Written  by  eminent  per- 
fons, on  various  fubjecls,  and  important  occafions; 
from  the  reign  of  king  Henry  the  eighth,  to  the  prefent 
time.     2  vols.     London,  1755. 

345  Letters  written  to  and  for  particular  friends,  on  the  mod: 
important  occafions.      Fifth  edition.      London,  1752. 

•f  348  See  page  141,  (Theology.) 

355  The  Craftfman.  By  Caleb  D'Anvers,  Efquire.  14  vols. 
London,  1731. 

361  A  complete  mathematical  dictionary.  By  J.  Moxon. 
London,  1701. 

378  A  fupplement  to  the  works  of  Alexander  Pope;  con- 
taining fuch  poems,  letters,  &c.  as  are  omitted  in  the 
edition  publifhed  by  Doctor  Warburton;  with  a  key  to 
his  letters.     London,  1757. 

380  The  impartial  philofopher;  or  the  philofophy  of  common 
fenfe;  containing  diflertations  upon  the  uncertainty  of 
human  knowledge.  Written  in  French,  by  the  marquis 
D'Argens.  To  which  is  added,  a  difiertation  upon 
gravity,  Sec.  by  Monfieur  Maupertius.  Tranflated 
from  the  French  into  Englifh.     2  vols.    London,  1 749. 

382  The  free -thinker;  or  eflays  of  wit  and  humor.     By  feveral 

hands.     Third  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1739. 

383  The  Champion;  containing  a  feries  cf  papers,  humorous, 

moral,  political  and  critical.     2  vols.     London,  1741* 

390  The  poft-man  robbed  of  his  mail;  or  the  packet  broke 
open;  being  a  collection  of  mifcellaneous  letters.  Lon- 
don, 1 7 19. 

.     402  The  Dublin  fociety's  weekly  obfervations  for  the  advance- 
ment of  agriculture  and  manufactures.    Glafgow,  1756. 

411  The  Infpector.     2  vols.     London,  1753, 

419 


Mifcellanies.     Duodecimo*  363 

419  Farriery  improved;  or  a  complete  treatife  upon  the  art  of 
farriery.  By  Henry  Bracken.  Seventh  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1752. 

426"!  The  works  of  Edmund  Spencer;  with  a  gloffary  explain- 
&    >      ing  the  old  and  obfcure  words.      Publifhed  by  Mr. 
546  J      Hughes.     6  vols.     London,  17 15  and  1750. 

432!  Letters  from  the  marchionefs  De  Sevigne,  to  her  daugh- 
&    >      ter  the  countefs  De  Grignan.      Tranflated  from  the 
588  J      French.     Second  edition.     2  volumes  in  one.     Lon- 
don, 1745.     10  vols.     London,  1764. 

437  A  cordial  for  low  fpirits;  being  a  collection  of  valuable 
tracts.  By  Thomas  Gordon.  Second  edition.  Lon- 
don, 1 75 1. 

441  Maxims;  felected  from  the  wits  of  all  nations,  and  inter- 

mixed with  curious  reflections.      By  Mary  Midnight. 
With  a  preface,  by  Alexander  Pope.     London,  1751. 

442  The  complete  compting-houfe;  or  the  lad  taken  from  the 

writing-fchool  and  inftructed  in  the  myfteries  of  a  mer- 
chant, &c.    By  John  Vernon.    Eighth  edition.    Dublin, 

1741- 

443  The  Cenfor.     London. 

445  The  genuine  works,  in  profe  and  verfe,  of  George  Gran- 
ville, lord  Lanfdowne.     3  vols.     London,  1736. 

458  Letters  written  from  Liverpool,  Chefter,  Cork,  &c.  by 
Samuel  Derrick.     2  vols.     London,  1767. 

463  The  infallibility  of  human  judgment;  its  dignity  and  ex- 
cellency; being  a  new  art  of  reafoning  and  discovering 
truth.     Fifth  edition.     London,  1725. 

480  The  gentleman  angler;  containing  eafy  instructions  to  be- 
come a  perfect  artift  in  angling.  Third  edition.  Lon- 
don. 

491  Country  converfations ;  being  an  account  of  difcourfes  on 
divers  fubjects.     London,  1694. 

498  Converfations  upon  feveral  fubjects.  Written  in  French, 
by  Madamoifelle  de  Scudery,  and  tranflated  into  En- 
glifh,  by  Mr.  Ferrand  Spence.     London,  1683. 

504  A  thoufand  notable  things;  containing  modern  curiofities; 
with  cuts;  aifo,  a  help  to  difcourle,  and  directions  to 
read,  write  and  fpeak.     London,  1 748. 

507  Table-talk ;  being  difcourfes  on  various  matters  of  weight 
and  confequence,  relating  chiefly  to  religion  and  ftate* 
By  John  Selden.    Third  edition.    London*  17 16. 

a** 


364  Mifcellanies*     Duodecimo. 

514  Memorials  for  the  government  of  the  royal  burghs  in 
Scotland;  alfo,  a  iurvey  of  the  city  of  Aberdeen;  with 
the  epigrams  of  Arthur  Johnfton  upon  fom*  of  our 
chief  burghs.  Tranflated  into  Englifh.  Aberdeen, 
1685. 

5 1 9  Philofophia  per  argumenta  breviter  explicata,  au&ore  P. 
Guilielmo  Chabrono.     III.  tomi.     Parifiis,  1650. 

521  fi.  prefent  for  an  apprentice;  or  a  fure  guide  to  gain  both 

efteem  and  eftate;  with  rules  for  his  conduct  to  his 
matter  and  in  the  world.  Fourth  edition.  Philadel- 
phia, 1749. 

522  A  continuation  of  George  Whiter! eld's  journal,  during 

the  time  he  was  detained  in  England  by  the  embargo. 
Philadelphia,  1 740.      Gift  of  Samuel  Kirk. 

-]-  538  See  page  314,  (Poetry  and  the  Drama.) 

539  Letters  on  different  fubje<5ts.  By  the  author  of  "  The 
unfortunate  mother's  advice  to  her  abfent  daughters." 
Fourth  edition.     4  vols.     London,  1770. 

547  Millan's  univerfal  regifter  of  court  and  city  offices,  for 
the  years  1755  and  1756.     2  vols.     London. 

549  The  mifcellanies  of  the  late  marquis  of  Halifax.  Third 
edition.     London,  171 7. 

5587  The  world.     By  Adam  Fitz-Adam.    6  vols.     London, 
*     \      1767. 

IOCOJ  '      ' 

577  Fugitive  pieces,  on  various  fubjecls.  By  feveral  authors. 
2  vols.     London,  1765. 

593  Satirical  letters.  Tranflated  from  the  German  of  G.  W. 
Rabener.     2  vols.     London,  1757. 

606  The  works  of  John  Sheffield,  duke  of  Buckingham. 
Fourth  edition.     2  vols.     London,  1753. 

612  Letters  from  a  Perfian  in  England,  to  his  friend  at  Ifpa- 
han.     London,  1735. 

615  The  works  of  An?creon  and  Sappho;  alfo  pieces  from 
ancient  authors,  and  occafional  effays;  with  notes. 
To  which  is  prefixed,  the  Ciaffic,  a  poem.  London, 
1763. 

#  620—1  Tvules  for  bad  horfemen.  Addreffed  to  the  fcciety 
for  the  encouragement  of  arts,  &c.  By  Charles 
Thompfon.    Third  edition.     London,  1765. 

623 


Mifcellanies.     Duodecimo,  365 

62^  Obfervations  on  a  variety  of  fubje&s,   literary,   moral 
624.I      and  religious;   in  a  feries  of  original  letters,   written 
&    l"     by  a  gentleman  of  foreign  extraction,    who  refided 
809  J      fome  time  in  Philadelphia.     Philadelphia,  1774. 

625  Letters,  by  feveral  eminent  perfons  deceafed;  including 
the  correfpondence  of  John  Hughes,  (author  of  "  The 
fiege  of  Damafcus")  and  feveral  of  his  friends;  with 
notes,  by  John  Duncombe.     Second  edition.     3  vols. 

London,  1773. 

661  The  works  of  Laurence  Sterne.     5  vols.     London,  1769, 

668  The  gentleman  farrier's  repofitory  of  approved  remedies 

for  the  difeafes  of  horfes.     By  J.  Bartlet.     Third  edi- 
tion.    Philadelphia,  1775.     Gift  of  Jofeph  Cruhfhank, 

669  Defenfe  de  la  nation  Britannique.     A  Londres,  1692. 

67 1  Letters  written  by  the  late  Earl  of  Chefterfield,  to  his 
fon  Philip  Stanhope,  Efquire;  with  feveral  other  pieces 
on  various  fubjeets.  Publifhed  by  Mrs.  Eugenia  Stan- 
hope.    Third  edition.     4  vols.     New  York,  1775. 

679  Additions  to  the  works  of  Alexander  Pope,  Efquire;  with 
many  original  poems  and  letters  of  cotemporary  writers. 
2  vols.     London,  1776. 

6S$  The  poems  and  letters  of  Mr.  Gray;  with  memoirs  of  his 
life  and  writings,  by  W.  Mafon.     4  vols.     York,  1778. 

684  Effays  on  various  fubje&s.    Principally  defigned  for  young 

ladies.     By  Hannah  More.     Third  edition.     London, 

1778. 

685  EfTays,    moral  and  literary,   by  Vicefimus  Knox.     2  vols; 

London,  1782. 

691  The  Mirror,  a  periodical  paper,  publiflied  at  Edinburgh 
in  the  years  1779  and  1780.  Fifth  edition.  3  vols. 
London,  1783. 

693  Enfield's  exercifes  in  elocution;  felecled  from  various  au- 
thors.    Second  edition.     Warrington,  1 782. 

698  Difquifitions  on  feveral  fubjects.     Second  edition.     Lon- 
don, 1782. 
700  Tliirty  letters  on  various  fubjects.    2  vols.    London,  1783. 
f  703  See  page  314,  (Poetry  and  the  Drama.) 

724  Interefling  letters  of  Ganganelli,  pope  Clement  the  four- 
teenth; with  anecdotes  of  his  life.  Tranflated  from 
the  French.     Fifth  edition.     2  vols.     London,  178 1. 

726 


-    5  Mijcellanies.     Duodecimo. 

7^5  Letters    of    the  late  Laurence   Sterne,    to  his   intimate 
friends;   with  a  fragment  in  the  manner  of  Rabelais. 
To  which  is  prefixed,  memoirs  of  his  life  and  family; 
written  by  himfelf,    and  publifhed   by  his   daughter 
Mrs.  Medaille.     3  vols.    London,  1776. 

734.  Moral  and  literary  dilTertations ;  with  a  tribute  to  the  me- 
mory of  Charles  De  Polier,  Efquire,  and  an  appendix. 
By  Thomas  Percival.     Warrington,  1784. 

737  Letters  of  the  late  Ignatius  Sancho,  an  African;  with 
memoirs  of  his  life.     Third  edition.     London,  1784. 

745  The  philofophical  dictionary;  or  the  opinions  of  modern 
philofophers  on  metaphyhcal,  moral,  and  political  fub- 
jeds.     4  vols.     London,  1786. 

754  The  Tatler;  with  illustrations,  notes  and  plates.  6  vols. 
London,  1786. 

756  The  mifcellaneous  works,  in  veife  and  profe,  of  Mr.  Pratt. 
4  vols.     London,  1785. 

776  Lucubrations;  confifting  of  elTays,  reveries,  &c.  in  profe 
and  verfe.  By  the  late  Peter  of  Pontefracl.  London, 
1786. 

780  Letters,  written  in  London  by  an  American  fpy;  from 
the  year  1764,  to  the  year  1785.     London,  1786. 

782  The  ladies'  mifcellany;  containing  novels  and  original 
efTays,  in  profe  and  verfe.  Vol.  1.  Dublin,  1770. 
Gift  of  Samuel  Robin/on* 

*  794 — 5  Errata;  or  the  art  of  printing  incorrectly.      Philadel- 

phia, 1763. 

— 6  The  afs,  in  the  lion's  fkin,    difcovered  by  his  braying. 
Philadelphia,  1763. 

— 7  A  prophecy  lately  difcovered;  in  which  are  predicted 
great  and  terrible  events.     1763. 

*  797 — 2  The  laft  fpeech  and  confeffion  of   Henry   Halbert, 

who  was  executed  at  Philadelphia,  October  19, 
1765,  for  the  murder  of  the  lbn  of  Jacob  Woolman. 
Philadelphia,  1765. 

— 10  The  arangement  of  the  Pennfylvania  line,  January  17, 
1 781.     Philadelphia,  1781. 

*  804 — 4  Mercure  de  France.       1  Novembre,  1783.      A  Paris. 

— 5  Journal  politique  de  Bruxelles.     Ottobre,  1783. 
— 6  Mercure  de  France.    15  Novembre,  1783.    A  Paris, 
— 7  Journal  politique  de  Bruxeltes.     7  Octobre,  1783. 

*  8o(5—  2 


Mifcellanies.     Duodecimo.  367 

*  S06 — 2  Dialogus  philofophis.    Axiomata  philofophica.     Ifaaci 

Hoilandi  de  lapide  philoibphorum.    (Title page  lojl.) 

811  Traitte  de  toute  forte  de  chalfe  et  de  peche.  II.  toms. 
A  Amfterdam,  17 14. 

*  812 — 1   Journal  encyclopedique  pour  l'annce,  1769.     A  Bou* 

illon,  1769. 

—2  Journal  encyclopedique  pour  l'annee,  1783.     A  Eou« 
illon,  1783. 

815  Lcttres  de  M.  Chevalier,  a  M.  de  Jean,  fur  les  maladies 
et  les  plantes  de  St.  Dominque,  et  fur  le  remora  et  les 
Halcyons.     A  Paris,  1752. 

826  Demonologie  011  traitte  des  demons  et  forciers:  par  Fr. 
Perreaud.     A  Geneve,  1653. 

830  A  complete  hi  (lory  of  witches  and  apparitions.     London, 

*759« 

831  Les  effais  de   M.  de  Montaigne.      III.  toms.     A  Pari;, 

1669. 

832  Bacon's  effays,  civil  and  moral;  with  a  table  of  the  co- 

lours of  good  and  evil;    and  a  preliminary  difcourfe, 
containing  memoirs  of  the  author.     London,  1663. 

834  Joh.  Baptiftae  Portae  Neapolitani  magi'ce  naturalis,  libri 
XV.     Lugduni  Batavorum,  1650. 

839  Paracelfus  his  Aurora,  and  treafure  of  the  philofophers; 

alfo,  the  water-ftone  of  the  wife  men.     Faithfully  Ln- 
gliflied  and  published,  by  J.  H.     London,  1659. 

840  La  decoration  d'humaine  nature  et  l'ornement  des  dames 

Lyons,  1537. 

841  Hocus  Pocus;    or  the  whole  art  of   Legerdemain  laid 

open;  with  cuts.      Dublin,  1765. 

845  Hermes  Trifmegifhis  in  fefthien  boecken  met  eene  voor- 

rede  van  Francifcus  Patricius-     T'Amfcerdam. 

846  Polydorus  Virgilius  de  inventoribus  rerum.      (Title  part 

loft.) 

£47  Henr.  Comelii  Agrippx*  de  vanitate  artium  et  fcientiarum, 
de  nobilitate  et  pnecellentia  fceminei  fexus  et  de  matri- 
monio  libri.     1609. 

848  And.  Alciati  emblemata.     (No  title  page.) 

£49  Two  dialogues;  containing  a  comparative  view  of  the 
lives,  characters,  and  writings  of  Philip,  the  late  earl 
of  Chefterfield,  and  Doctor  Samuel  Johnfon.    London, 

J787. 

850 


j68  Mifcellanies*     Duodecimo. 

850  The  epiftolary  correfpondence  of  Sir  Pachard  Steele ;  with 
literary  and  hiftorical  anecdotes.  By  Jchn  Nichols,  z 
vols.     London,  1787. 

852  The  Lounger,  a  periodical  paper,  publifhed  at  Edinburgh 
in  the  years  1785  and  1786.  By  the  authors  of  the 
Mirror.     Third  edition.     3  vols.     London,  1787. 

8.60  Mifcellanies,  in  profe  and  verfe,  by  Mrs.  Chapone.  Third 
edition.     London,  1777. 

866  Mifcellanies,  moral  and  inftructive,  in  profe  and  verfe; 
collected  from  various  authors,  for  the  ufe  of  fchools. 
Philadelphia,  1787.     Gift  of  Milcah  Martha  Moore. 

*  875—1  A  lift  of  the  fociety,  inftituted  in  the  year  1787,  for 
the  purpofe  of  effecting  the  abolition  of  the  flave 
trade.    London,  1788.     Gift  of  Doftor  Thomas  Parke. 

887  L,  Apophthegmatum  opus  e  Graeco  codice  correctus  ali- 
quot locis  in  quibus  Diogenis  Laertii  interpres  lapfus 
erat.      Defiderio  Erafmo  Rot.  authore.      Lutetiae, 

1547- 
S94  L.  Parecbolse  five  excerpta  e  corpore  ftatutorum  univerfi- 
tatis  Oxonieniis  accedunt  articuli  religionis  XXXIX. 
nee  non  juramenta  fidelitatis  et  fuprematus.     Oxo- 
niae,  1691. 

902  L.  Menagiana  ou  bons  mots  penfees  obfervations,  Sec. 
De  M.  Menage.    IV.  toms.     A  Amiterdam,  1713. 

907  L.  Naudaeana  et  Patiniana  ou  fmgularitez  remarquables, 
prifes  des  converfations  De  Meif.  Na-ude  et  Patin. 
Seconde  edition.     A  Amfterdam,  1703. 

916  L.  Auli  Gellii  noctes  Attics.     Francofurti,  1603. 

925  L,  Annsei  Senecse  opera  omnia  et  M.  Annsei  Senecae  Rhe- 
toris  quae  extant  ex  Aud.  Schotti  recenfione.  Tomi 
dus.     Amftelodami,  1659. 

930  L.  Julii  Caefaris  Scaligeri  epiftolae  et  orationes,  acceflere 
Jean.  Th.  Freigii  orationes  VIII.      A  Amfterdam, 

1713 

957  L,  L'Hore  di  recreatione  di  M.  Lodovico  Guicciardini. 
French  and  Italian.     (Title page  loft.) 

$69  L.  Maximi  Tyrii  differtationes.     Oxoinse,  1677. 

973  L.  Nicolai  Ruefneri  Leorini  Symbolorum  Imperationum 
Claftis  duoe.     Oxonii,  1638. 

975  L.  C.  Plini  Csecilii  fecundi  epiftolae  et  panegyricus.  Mar- 
cus Zuerius  Boxhoraius  recenfuit.  Amftelaedanu, 
1659, 

986 


Mifcellanies.     Duodecimo.    '  369 

986  The  Algerine  fpy  in  Pennfylvania;  or  letters  written  by  a 
native  of  Algiers  on  the  affairs  of  the  United  States  in 
America,  from  the  clofe  of  the  year  1783,  to  the  meet- 
ing of  the  convention.     Philadelphia,  1787. 

f  995   See  page  318,   (Poetry  and  the  Drama.) 

997  Mifcellanies.   By  Doctor  Swift  and  others.   London,  1749* 

1004  The  hiftory  of  many  memorable  things  loft,  which  were 

in  ufe  among  the  ancients.  Written  in  Latin  by  Guido 
Pancirollus,  and  now  done  into  Englifli.  Vol.  1.  Lon- 
don, 17 15. 

1005  Arabian  nights  entertainments;  confiding  of  one  thoufand 

and  one  ftories,  told  by  die  fnltanefs  of  the  Indies. 
Tranflated  into  French,  from  the  Arabian  manufcript, 
by  M.  Galland,  and  now  done  into  Englifh.  Eleventh 
edition.    4  vols.    London,  1763. 

fc  1007 — 4  A  brief  account  of  the  rife,  progrefs  and  prefent  fitua- 
tion  of  the  orphan-houfe  in  Georgia.  By  George 
Whitefield.     Philadelphia,  1 746. 

— 10  The  arrangement  of  the  Pennfylvania  line,  January 
17,   1781.     Philadelphia,  1781. 

1008  The  general  magazine,  and  hiilorical  chronicle,  for  the 
Britifh  plantations  in  America;  for  January,  February, 
April,  May,  and  June,  1741.  By  Benjamin  Franklin. 
Philadelphia,  1741. 


ADDENDA, 


.■* 


A  a  a 


ADDENDA. 


Civil  Hi/lory. 


FOLIO. 

€o  "T  TOTES  and  proceedings  of  the  houfe  of  reprefenta- 
V      tives  of  the  province  of  Pennfylvania,  from  Octo- 
ber 4,  1682,  to  September  26,  1776,  mclufive.     6 
vols.     Philadelphia.     Gift  of  Doclor  Benjamin  Frank- 
lin and  David  Hath 

f  150  A  complete  journal  of  the  votes,  fpeeches  and  debates  of 
the  houfe  of  lords  and  houfe  of  commons,  throughout 
the  reign  of  queen  Elizabeth.  Collected  by  Sir  Simonds 
D'Ewes,  and  publiflied  by  Paul  Bowes.  London, 
1693. 

339  Votes  and  proceedings  of  the  houfe  of  reprefentatives  of 
the  province  of  Pennfylvania,  from  October  14,  1758, 
to  September  26,  1767,  inclufive.  Vols.  4  and  5. 
Philadelphia.      Gift  of  Henry  Miller. 

552 1  Journals  of  the  houfe  of  reprefentatives  of  the  com- 
oc    >      monwealth  of  Pennfylvania,  from  November  28,  1776, 

553  J  t0  October  2,  1781;  with  the  proceedings  of  the  com- 
mittees and  conventions  before,  and  at  the  commence- 
ment of  the  American  revolution.  Philadelphia, 
1782.     N°-  352  the  gift  of  Jofeph  Crukjhank, 

398 


*7£  Civil  Hi/lory.     Foiio. 

398  Votes  and  proceedings  of  the  houfe  of  reprefentatives  of 
Pennfylvania,  from  October  14,  1754,  to  March  31, 
1784.     5  vols.     Philadelphia. 

402  Votes  of  the  general  afTembly  of  New  Jerfey,  from  Octo- 
ber 28,  1777?  to  March  21,  1780.  Trenton,  1779  and 
1780. 

404  The  proceedings  of  the  houfe  of  burgeffes  of  Virginia, 
from  November  7,  1769,  to  June  27,  1770.  Williamf- 
burg,  1770. 

*  407 — 1  A  treaty  held  at  Lancafter,  in  Pennfylvania,  by  the 
lieutenant-governor  of  the  faid  province,  and  the 
commiffioners  of  Virginia  and  Maryland,  with  the 
indians  of  the  fix  nations,  in  June,  1 744.  Philadeli 
phia,  1744. 

—2  A  council  held  at  Philadelphia,  Auguft,  1744,  with 
the  deputies  of  the  Delaware  indians. 

— 3  An  account  of  the  treaty  held  at  Albany,  in  the  pro- 
vince of  New  York,  by  the  governor  of  that  pro- 
vince and  the  commiffioners  of  Maffachufetts,  Con- 
necticut and  Pennfylvania,  with  the  indians  of  the 
fix  nations,  in  October,  1745.     Philadelphia,  1746. 

■ — 4  A  journal  of  the  proceedings  of  the  commiffioners  ap- 
pointed for  managing  a  treaty  of  peace,  at  Fal- 
mouth, September  29,  1749?  with  the  Eaftern  indi- 
ans.    Bofton. 

-—5  A  journal  of  the  proceedings  of  the  commiffioners, 
Oclober  13,  1752,  appointed  to  treat  with  the  Eaft- 
ern indians,  to  confirm  a  general  peace.  Bofton, 
1752. 

— 6  A  journal  of  the  proceedings  at  two  conferences,  held 
at  Falmouth,  June,  1754,  between  the  governor  of 
Mafiachufetts-bay  and  the  chiefs  of  the  Norridg- 
walk  and  Penobfcot  indians.     Bofton,  1754. 

• — 7  A  treaty  between  the  government  of  New  Jerfey,  and 
the  indians  inhabiting  the  feveral  parts  of  faid  pro- 
vince, held  at  Crofwicks,  in  the  county  of  Burling- 
ton, January,  1756.     Philadelphia. 

. — 9  A  treaty  with  the  Shawanefe  and  Delaware  indians, 
negociated  at  Fort-Johnfon,  by  Sir  William  Johnibn. 
New  York,  1757. 

-~ 10  A  treaty  held  with  the  Ohio  indians,   at  Carlifle,   in 
October,  1753.     Philadelphia,  1753. 


Civil  Hi/lory.     Folio.  373 

*—  1 1  Minutes  of  conferences,  held  with  the  indians  at  Har- 
ris's ferry,  and  at  Lancafter,  in  March,  April  and 
May,  1757.     Philadelphia,  1757. 

—  12  Proceedings  and  treaty  with  the  Shawanefe,  Nanti- 
cokes  and  Mohikander  indians,  negociated  at  Fort- 
Johnfon,  by  Sir  William  Johnfon.    New  York,  1757. 

•—13!  Minutes  of  conferences,    held  with  the  indians,   at 
&>      Eafton,  in  July  and  Auguft,  1757.     Philadelphia, 

*  514 — 1  J       1757*     N°*  514 — 1  the  gift  of  Pierre  Du  Simitiere, 

— 1 4 "J  Minutes  of  conferences,  held  at  Eafton,  in  October, 
&  >      1758?  with  the  fachems  and  warriors  of  fourteen 

*  514 — 2  J       indian  nations.     Philadelphia,  1759.     N°*5I4 — 2 

the  gift  of  Pierre  Du  Simitiere. 

— 15  Minutes  of  conferences,  held  at  Eafton,  in  Auguft, 
1761,  with  the  fachems  and  warriors  of  eight  indian 
nations.     Philadelphia,  1761. 

— 16 1  Minutes  of  conferences,   held  at  Lancafter,   in  Au- 
&  >      guft>  J762,  with  the  fachems  and  warriors  of  feve- 

*  514 — 3  J      ral  tribes  of  northern  and  weftern  indians.     Phila- 

delphia,  1763.      N°*  514 — 3  the  gift  of  Pierre  Du 

Simitiere. 

— 17 1  Minutes  of  conferences,  held  at  Fort-Pitt,   in  April 
&  >      and  May,   1768,   with  the  chiefs  and  warriors  of 
:*  514 — 4  j      the  Ohio  and  other  weftern  indians.  ■  Philadelphia, 
1769. 

516  A  journal  of  the  firft  and  fecond  feffions  of  the  council 
of  cenfors,  from  November  10,  1783,  to  September  25, 
•   1784.     Philadelphia,  1784.      The  fecond  fejfon  the  gift  of 
/fofeph  Cruhfhank, 


OCTAVO. 

425  A  complete  hi  (lory  of  the  piratical  ftates  of  Barbary; 
containing  the  origin,  revolutions,  and  prefent  ftate  of 
thefe  kingdoms;  their  forces,  revenues,  policy  and  com- 
merce. By  a  gentleman  who  refided  there  many  years 
in  a  public  character.     London,  1 750. 

724  DirTertations  on  the  hiftory  of  Ireland.     To  which  is  fub- 
joined,  a  diliertation  on  the  Irifri  colonies  eftabiifiied  in 
Britain;  with  fome  remarks  on  Mr,  Macpherfon's  trans- 
lation of  Fingal  and  Temora.     Ey  C.  O'Conor.    Dub- 
lin, 1 766.     Gift  of  the  author. 

f  1768- 


374  Civil  Hiftory*     O&avo., 

+  1768   See  page  210,  (General  and  local  Politics.) 

4-1769   See  page  210,  (General  and  local  Politics.) 

1770  The  life  of  baron  Frederic  Trenck;  containing  his  adven- 
tures; his  cruel  and  exceffive  fufferings,  during  ten 
years  imprifonment,  at  the  fortrefs  of  Magdeburg,  by 
command  of  the  late  king  of  Pruflia;  alio  anecdotes, 
hiftorical,  political  and  perfonal.  Tranllated  fiom  the 
German,  by  Thomas  Holcroft.     Philadelphia,  1789. 

*  1 77 1 — 2  His  majefty's  letter  and  declaration  fent  to  the  houfe 
of  peers,  by  Sir  John  Greenvill,  from  Breda.  Lon- 
don, 1660. 

1782  The  hiftory  of  the  rife,  progrefs  and  eftablifhment  of  the 

independence  of  the  United  States  of  America;  includ- 
ing an  account  of  the  late  war,  and  of  the  Thirteen 
Colonies,  from  their  origin  to  that  period;  with  maps. 
By  William  Gordon.     4  vols.     London,  1788. 

1783  The  pofthumous  works  of  Frederick  the  fecond,  king  of 

Pruflia  j  containing  the  hiftory  of  his  own  times.  Tranf- 
lated from  the  French,  by  Thomas  Holcroft.  London, 
1789. 

1784  Eboracum;    or  the  hiftory  and  antiquities  of  the  city  of 

York,  from  its  origin  to  this  time;  alfo,  a  defcription 
and  hiftory  of  the  cathedral  church,  from  its  foundation, 
to  the  prelent  year;  with  plates.     2  vols.     York,  1788. 

1798  The  hiftory  and  prefent  ftate  of  Virginia,  from  its  firft 

fettlement,  to  this  time;  with  plates.  By  a  native  of 
that  place.     London,  1705. 

1799  Remarkable  occurrences  in  the  life  of  Jonas   Hanway; 

comprehending  an  abftracl  of  his  travels  in  Ruffia  and 
Periia,  and  a  hiftory  of  the  inftitutions  founded  and 
fupported  by  him.  By  John  Pugh.  Second  edition. 
London,  17  38. 

1 80 1  The  hiftory  of  England,  as  well  ecclefiaftical  as  civil, 
from  the  earlieft  period  to  the  clofe  of  the  twelfth  par- 
liament of  Great  Britain;  alfo,  the  hiftory  of  Scotland, 
Ireland,  and  the  neighbouring  kingdoms  and  ftates; 
with  plates.    By  Mr.  Kimber.    10  vols.    London,  1766. 

1807  The  hiftory  of  New  Hampfhire;  comprehending  the  events 
of  one  complete  century  from  the  difcovery  of  the  river 
Pafcataqua.  By  Jeremy  Belknap.  Vol.  1.  Philadel- 
phia,  1784. 

DUODECIMO. 


Civil  HiJIory,     Duodecimo.  375 


DUODECIMO. 

HO  Memoirs  of  Mrs.  Letitia  Pilkington,  wife  to  the  reverend 
Mr.  Matthew  Pilkington.  Written  by  herfelf.  Wherein 
are  interfperfed,  all  her  poems;  with  anecdotes  of  feve- 
ral  eminent  perfons.     3  vols.     Dublin,  1 749. 

IOIZ  The  life  of  baron  Frederic  Trenck;  containing  his  adven- 
tures; his  cruel  and  exceffive  fufferings,  during  ten 
years  imprifonment,  at  the  fortrefs  of  Magdeburg,  by 
command  of  the  late  king  of  Pruffia;  alfo,  anecdotes, 
hiftorical,  political  and  perfonal.  Tranflated  from  the 
Germani  by  Thomas  Holcroft.  3  vols.  London, 
1788. 

10 II  An  apology  for  the  life  of  George  Anne  Bellamy,  late  of 
Covent-garden  theatre.  Written  by  herfelf.  To  which 
is  annexed,  her  original  letter  to  John  Calcraft.  Fourth 
edition.    5  vols.    London,  1786. 


Voyages 


376  Voyages  and  Travels.     Quarto* 


Voyages  and  Travels* 


QJJ  ARTO. 

567   H""1  RAVELS  through  Germany,  Bohemia,  Hungarian 
1       Switzerland,  Italy,  and  Lorrain;  with  plates.     By 
John  George  Keyfler.    Tranflated  into  Englifh  from 
the  fecond  edition  of  the  German.     4  vols.     Lon- 
don, 1756. 

569  A  journey  through  the  Crimea  to  Ccnilantinople;  "with 

plates.  In  a  feries  of  letters  from  Elizabeth  Lady  Cra- 
ven, to  the  margrave  of  Brandenburgh,  Anfpach  and 
Bareith.     Written  in  the  year  1786.     London,  1789. 

570  A  voyage  round  the  world,    but  more  particularly  to  the 

North- weft  coaft  of  America;  performed  in  the  years 
1785,  1786,  1787,  and  1788,  in  the  king  George  and 
queen  Charlotte,  commanded  by  captains  Portlock  and 
Dixon.     London,  1789. 


OCTAVO. 

177S  An  account  of  the  Pelew  Iflands,  fituated  in  the  Pacific 
ocean;  with  plates.  Compofed  from  journals  and  com- 
munications of  captain  Henry  Wilfon,  and  fome  of  his 
officers,  who,  in  Auguft,  1783,  were  there  ihipwrecked, 
in  the  Antelope.     By  George  Keate.     Dublin,  1788. 

J 785  A  tour  through  the  highlands  of  Scotland,  and  the  He- 
bride  Ifles,  in  the  year  1786.  By  John  Knox.  Lon- 
don, 1787. 

j  786  A  journal  of  travels  made  through  the  principal  cities  of 
Europe.  Tranflated  from  the  French  of  M.  ^.  Dutens, 
by  John  Highmore.     London,  1782. 


Geography 


Geography  and  Topography.     Folio.  -377 


Geography  and  Topography. 


FOLIO. 

519  H^HE  New  Britifh  traveller;  or  an  nniverfal  difplay  of 

JL  Great  Britain,  Ireland,  and  the  adjacent  iflands; 
with  maps  and  plates.  Publifhed  from  a  furvey 
made  by  a  fociety  of  gentlemen,  by  George  Ali- 
gn ft  us  Walpoole.     London. 

520  The  new  and  univerfal  hiftory,  defcription  and  furvey  of 

London,  Weftminfter,  Southwark,  and  the  parts  adja- 
cent; with  maps  and  plates.  Compiled  by  a  fociety  of 
gentlemen,  and  revifed  and  improved,  by  William 
Thornton.     London. 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

$66  An  alphabetical  index  of  the  ftreets,  fquares,  lanes,  alleys, 
&c.  contained  in  the  plan  of  the  cities  of  London  and 
Weftminfter,  and  borough  of  Southwark,  with  the  con- 
tiguous buildings;  from  a  furvey  made  by  John  Roque. 
London,  1747.  (For  the  maps — -fee  page  105,  Geography 
and  Topography.) 


OCTAVO. 

1S02  The  American  geography;  or  a  view  of  the  prefent  filia- 
tion of  the  United  States  of  America ;  with  maps.  By 
Jedidiah  Morfe.     Elizabeth-town,  1789. 


DUODECIMO. 

222  A  new  and  eafy  guide  to  the  ufe  of  the  globes,  and  the 
rudiments  of  geography;  with  cuts.  By  Daniel  Fen- 
ning.     Second  edition.     London,  1760. 

828  Lifte  generale  des  poftes  de  France.     A  Paris,  1749. 

1009'  Epitome   theatri    Orteliani  praecipuarum  orbis  regionura 
delineationes  continens.     Antverpise,  1595. 

B  b  b  Theology. 


378  Theology*     O&avo. 


Theology* 


OCTAVO. 

*  1773 — 4     A    SERMON,  preached  at  the  annivcrfary  meeu 
jLX.    ing  of  the  Planters'  fociety,  on  Great  Pe-dee, 
Auguft  17,  1769.     Charleftown,  1769. 

x8o6  Practical  fermons  on  various  fubjects.    By  Gilbert  Burnet. 
2  vols-     London,  1747.     Gift  of  George  S.  Moore* 


DUODECIMO. 

*  804 — 3  Difcours  fur  la  regeneration.     Londre,  1759. 

*  I007«— 3  A  further  account  of   God's  dealings  with  George 
Whitefield.     Philadelphia,  1746. 

— 6  The  light  of  Christ  difplaying  itfelf  through  the 
world.     By  Samuel  Fifher.     Philadelphia  1744. 

— 9  A  letter  to  the  reverend  Doctor  Chauncey,  on  account 
of  fome  pafTages  relating  to  George  Whitefield,  in 
his  book,  entitled  "  Seafonable  thoughts  on  the 
ftate  of  religion  in  New  England."  By  George 
Whitefield.     Philadelphia,  1745. 

•=-11  A  fhort  narrative  of  the  revival  of  religion  in  the 
congregation  of  New  Londonderry  and  other  parts 
of  Pennfylvania.     By  Samuel  Blair.     Philadelphia. 


Ethics; 


Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Syjiem.    O&avo.       379 


Ethics;  or  the  Moral  Syftem* 


OCTAVO. 

1731  L.  r-pHEOPHRASTI  notationes  morum.     Ifaacus 
X     Cafaubonus  recenfuit.    Grace  et  Latine.    Lug- 
duni,  161 7. 

1 797  De  L'Efprit,  par  M.  Helvetius.     II.  toms.     A  Londres, 
1776. 


DUODECIMO. 

*  1007 — 15  Extract  from  a  reprefentation  of  the  injuftice  and 
dangerous  tendency  of  tolerating  flavery.  By 
Granville  Sharp.     Philadelphia,  1771. 


Treatifes  on  Education* 


OCTAVO. 

5J2  HP*  HE  improvement  of  the  mind;  or  a  fupplement  to 
X  the  art  of  logick ;  containing  a  variety  of  remarks 
and  rules  for  the  attainment  and  communication  of 
ufeful  knowledge,  in  religion,  in  the  fciences,  and 
in  common  life.  By  Ifaac  Watts.  Fourth  edition* 
London,  1761, 

PUODECIMO. 


j8o         Treatifes  on  Education.     Duodecimo, 


DUODECIMO. 

1013  Adelaide  and  Theodore;  or  letters  on  education.     TranA 

lated  from  the  French  of  the  countefs  de  Genlis.    Third 
edition.     3  vols.     London,  1788. 

1 014  Emilius  and  Sophia;  or  a  new  fyftem  of  education;  with 

plates.     Tranflated  from  the  French  of  J.  J.  Roufleau. 
4  vols.     London,  1783. 


General  and  local  Politics. 


FOLIO. 

f  150   CJEE  page  371,   (Civil  Hi/lory.) 

*  407 — 8  An  addrefs  from  the  truftees  and  treafurer  of  "  The 

friendly  aiibciation  for  preferring  peace  with  the 
indians,"  to  William  Denny,  Efquire,  governor  of 
Pennfylvania.      1757. 

-—20  Proceedings  in  the  parliament  of  Great  Britain,  and 
in  MafTachufetts-bay,  relative  to  the  giving  of  the 
money  of  the  people  of  that  province  and  of  all 
America. 

*  412 — 11  A  memorial  of  the  proprietors  of  the  patents  of 

Minifmk  and  Wawayanda,  bordering  on  the  crown 
lands  of  New  York,  refpe&ing  the  controverfy  be- 
tween New  York  and  New  Jerfey.  New  York, 
1757. 
•— -12  A  brief  of  the  claim,  on  the  part  of  New  Jerfey, 
and  of  the  proof  offered  in  iupport  of  it,  before 
the  commiflioners,  appointed  for  fettling  the  boun- 
dary line  between  New  Jerfey  and  New  York. 

QJJARTO. 


Genera!  and  local  Politics.    Quarto.  381: 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

*  463 — 6  A  conference  between  the  commiffaries  of  Maflachu- 

fetts-bay  and  of  New  York,    at  New  Haven,   in 
Connecticut.     Bofton,  1768. 

*  562 — 7  The  importance  of  the  colonies  of  North  America, 

and  the  intereft  of  Great  Britain,    with  regard  to 
them,  confidered.     By  Nicholas  Ray.     New  York, 

1766, 


OCTAVO. 

1786  The  conflitution  of  England;  or  an  account  of  the  En- 
glish government;  in  which  it  is  compared  both  with 
the  republican  form  of  government,  and  the  other  mo- 
narchies in  Europe.  By  J.  L.  De  Lolme.  Second 
edition.     London,  1784. 


Treat/fes  on  Annuities  and  Infurance, 


OCTAVO. 

•)-  1804      A     SYSTEM  of  the  law  of  marine  infurances;    with 
jLJl     three  chapters  on  bottomry,  on  infurances  on  lives, 
and  infurances  againft  fire.    By  James  Allan  Park* 
Philadelphia,  1789. 

Law* 


382  Law.     Quarto. 


Law. 


QJJ  A  R  T  0. 

*  562 — 4  nriHE  Bofton-port  aft.     1774- 

— 8  Specimen  juris  univerfalis  juxta  atque  civilis  inaugu- 
rate, exhibens  quaedam  de  fervitute.  Authore  A.  B. 
Aylva.     Franequers,  1770. 


OCTAVO. 

1 789  The  hiftory  of  the  cafes  of  controverted  elections,  whick 
were  tried  and  determined  during  the  firft  and  fecond 
feffions  of  the  fourteenth  parliament  of  Great  Britain. 
By  Sylvefter  Douglas.     4  vols.     London,  1775. 

f  1804  See  page  381,  (Treatlfes  on  Annuities  and  Injur ance.) 


Metaphyfics. 


OCTAVO. 

550      A     PHILOSOPHICAL  inquiry  into  the  origin  of 
X\.    our  ideas  of  the  fublime  and  beautiful ;  with  an  in- 
troductory difcourfe,  concerning  tafte,  and  feveral 
ether  additions.     Fourth  edition.     London,  1764. 

Geometry* 


Geometry.    Duodecimo.  383 


Geometry. 


DUODECIMO. 

385   QTEREOMETRY;  or  the  art  of  guaging  made  eafy, 
O   by  the  help  of  a  Aiding- rule;    with  an  appendix  of 
Conic  feclions.    By  Thomas  Everhard.  Eleventh  edi- 
tion, with  an  addition  of  excife-tables,  &c.   London, 
1750. 


Poetry  and  the  Drama, 


QJJ  A  R  T  O. 

572    TUVENILE  poems  on  various  fubjects;  with  the  prince 
J    of  Parthia,  a  tragedy.     By  the  late  Thomas  Godfrey, 
junr.  of  Philadelphia.    To  which  is  prefixed,  fome  ac- 
count of  the  author  and  his  writings.      Philadelphia, 
1765".      Gift  of  George  S*  Moore. 


OCTAVO. 

1698  L.  M.   Annseus   Lucanus  de  bello  civili  cum  Grotii  et 
aliorum  notis.     Amftelodami,  1669. 

\  1 77 1 — 3  McFingal,  a  modern  epic  poem,  in  four  cantos.    Hart- 
ford, 1782. 

Mifcellanles \ 


384  Mifcellanies.     Quarto, 


Mifcellanies. 


OJJ  ARTO. 

296  nnHE  efTays  or  covnfels,    civill  and  morall,    of  Sir' 
I      Francis  Bacon;  with  a  table  of  the  colours  of  good 
and  evill.     London,  1639. 

391  Howard's  ftate  of  prifons  in  England  and  Wales;  with 
preliminary  obfervations,  and  an  account  of  fome  fo- 
reign prifons  and  hofpitals.  With  plates.  Third  edi- 
tion.    Warrington,  1784. 


OCTAVO. 

1356  Philofophic  efTays  on  the  manners  of  various  foreign  ani- 
mals; with  obfervations  on  the  laws  and  cuftoms  of  fe- 
veral  Eaftern  nations.  Written  in  French  by  M.  Fouch- 
er  D'Obfonville,  and  tranflated  into  Englifli  by  Thomas 
Holcroft.     London,  1784. 


DUODECIMO. 

$6d  Letters;  written  by  Jonathan  Swift,  and  feveral  of  his 
friends,  from  the  year  1703,  to  1740.  Publifhed  from 
the  originals,  with  notes,  by  John  Hawkfworth.  Se- 
venth edition.     3  vols.     London,  1768. 

*  797 — 9  A  treaty  for  the  fick,  wounded  and  prifoners  of  war, 
of  the  land  forces  of  his  Britannic  majefty,  and  ot 
his  Mofl  Chriftian  majefty.     Philadelphia,  1777. 

INDEX. 


I 


N 


D 


E        X 


O  F 


NAME 


S. 


ABERNETHY  125. 
Abingdon  208. 
Acherly  223. 
Acofla  79. 
Acton  263. 
Adair  275. 
Adam  253. 
Adams  76,  214,  232. 
Adanfon  95. 
Addington  ill. 
Addifon  139,  212,  316,  359. 
iElian  356. 
JElianus  257. 
JEfchylus  3 co,  303, 
Aglionby  24. 
Agricola  75. 

Agrippa335,  337,  352,367. 
Agutter  139. 

Aiken  56,  85,  277,  299,  314. 
Aikin  56,  262,  347. 
Ainfworth  163. 
Akenfide  306. 
Alanfon  273. 
Alberoni  181. 
Albinus  260. 
Alcseus  317. 
Alciatus  367. 
Alcmanis  317. 
Alderfeld  45. 


Alexander  152,  243,  332,  356. 

Algarotti  69,  327,  348. 

AH  41. 

Allen  61,  267. 

Allinfon  225, 

Alpinus  272. 

Aided  332. 

Altieri  163. 

Ames  28,  61,  327* 

Amefms  148. 

Ammianus  30. 

Amory  153. 

Ampelius  71. 

Anacreon  317. 

Anderfon  51,   73,    178,   193? 

217,  284. 
Andrews  59,  155,  194. 
Andre  233,  300. 
Antoninus  152,  157. 
Apollonius  Pergius  238. 
Apollonius  Rhodius  310. 
Appian  12,  62,  63. 
Apthorp  132. 
Aram  233. 

Arbuthnot  22,  265,  269,  361. 
Archimedes  238,  240. 
Ariofto  306. 
Ariftophanes  298,  317. 
Ariftotle  180,  236. 
Armftrong  45. 
Arndt  125. 
C  c  c 


386 


Index  of  Names. 


Arnold  226,  227,  299. 

Arrian  19,  49. 

Arfcot  143. 

Artemon  122. 

Arthur  146. 

Afaph  (Bifhop  of)  137. 

Afh  165,  167. 

Afhley  43. 

Artie  287. 

Athenasus  332. 

Atkinfon  252. 

Atterbury  123,  126,  349. 

Attiret  109. 

Attucks  233. 

Atwood  295. 

Aulus  Gellius  355,  368. 

Aurelianus  264. 

Aufonius  317. 

Aventinus  19. 

Aylva  382. 

Ayre  64. 

Ayfcough  170,  250,  334,  349. 


B 


Bacchylis  3 1 7. 
Bachmair  164, 


Backus  8,  130. 

Bacon  21,  74,  SS3t  344,  367, 

384- 
Badcock  289. 

Baddam  341. 

Baglivi  271,  277. 

Bailey  162,    286,    329,    352, 

354- 
Baillet  361. 

Baker  18,  80,  293. 

Baldwin  351. 

Balfour  274. 

Balguy  132. 

Ballard  22. 

Banier  39,  150. 

Banks  46,  70,  89. 

Baptifta  340. 

Barba  85. 

Barbeyrac  222,  223. 

Barbut  77. 


l3l. 


Barclay  86,    114,    119, 

*34»  H2>  3J7»  32I« 
Barcroft  142. 

Baretti  45,  97. 

Barlow  316. 

Barnes  283,  356. 

Barri  36. 

Barrow  113,  238,  239. 

Bartholinus  277. 

Bartlet  365. 

Bafnage  5. 

BafTus  284. 

Bate  337. 

Bathurft  148. 

Batteaux  296. 

Batwell  134,  136. 

Bayard  225. 

Baynard  266. 

Bayle  12,  68, 

Bayly  171. 

Beattie  144,  335,  349. 

Beatty  100. 

Beaumarchais  309. 

Beaumont  109,.  297,  305.. 

Beawes  217. 

Beccaria  230,  291. 

Beccherus  77,  262. 

Becket  250. 

Beckwith  232* 

Becon  114. 

Beda  6. 

B  eh  man  60. 

Beiler  164. 

Belguer  265. 

Belidor  244. 

Belknap  374. 

Bell  89,  275. 

Bellamy  375, 

Bellarmine  114,  148. 

Bellers  227. 

Bellicard  40. 

Bellinus    264. 

Benezet  9,  69,  no,  138,  144, 

147,  156,  160,  161. 
Bennent  117. 
Bennett  141,  158,  361. 
Bent  350. 
Bentivoglio  16. 
Bentley  173. 


Index  of  Names. 


387 


Berenger  334. 

Bergman  83,  274. 

Berkenhout  26,  275. 

Berkley  237,  270. 

Bernard  12,  141,  198. 

Bernartius  157. 

Berquin  323. 

Befle  6,  35. 

Betah  96. 

Bever  228. 

Beveridge  142,  308. 

Biddle  336. 

BickerftafF  360. 

Bickham  328. 

Biggs  50. 

Bigland  336. 

Billing  183. 

Bingham  220. 

Bion  244. 

Birch  12,  14,  22,  48,  50,  115, 

333>  338,  381. 
Black  273. 

Blackmore  297,  312,  313. 

Blackftone  224,  225,  227,231. 

Blackwall  174. 

Blackwell  4,  25. 

Bland  199,  255, 

Blainville  89. 

Blair  38,   77,    79,    ill,    131, 

145,    146,    169,    245,   266, 

378. 
Blodget  107. 
Blome  60. 
Blount  168,  232. 
Boccalini  297. 
Bodinus  352. 
Bodley  41. 
Bcehm  121. 
Boerhaave  262,  265,  267,  268, 

278,  279. 
Boethius  157. 
Bogan  30. 
Bohun  5. 

Boileau  40,  153,  304,  311. 
Boiffard  289. 

Bolingbroke  31,  124,  182. 
Bond  156. 
Bonneval  49. 


Bonycaftle  248. 

Booth  15. 

Borellus  244. 

Borlafe  14. 

Borrichius  264. 

Borroughs  114. 

Bofman  108. 

BofTuet  34,  66. 

Bofwell  92,  100. 

Bougainville  89. 

Bouger  251. 

Bouhours  140,  171. 

Bouhinus  78. 

Boulainvilliers  32,  53,  67. 

Boulton335,  351.  ' 

Bouquet  24. 

Bourrit  103. 

Bowdoin  353. 

Bowen  104. 

Bower  21,  49. 

Bowes  371. 

Bowie  106. 

Bowyer  116. 

Boyd  315. 

Boyer  163,  167,  340. 

Boyle  79,  129,  142,  292,  296, 

329>  333- 
Boylfton  279. 

Bracken  363. 

Brackenridge  145,  336. 

Bradford  329. 

Bradley  77,  282. 

Brainerd  100,  102,  121. 

Braithwaite  36. 

Brand  83. 

Brandt  5. 

Brantome  71. 

Bray  142. 

Brerewood  556. 

Breval  49. 

Briani  297. 

Brice  105. 

Brietius  107. 

Broderick  31. 

Brock  well  33. 

Bromley  121. 

Brooke  323. 

Broome  305. 


388 


Index  of  Namei 


Broughton  5. 

Brown  12,  37,  89,  118,  129, 

131,    141,    152,   262,   299, 

322,  324,  334. 
Brownrigg  287,  289. 
Bruce  91,  296. 
Bruyere  153,  173. 
Bryant  83,  149. 
Brydone  98. 
Buchan  271, 
Buchanan  45,   6$,   165,  277, 

Buchlerus  316. 

Buckingham  306* 

Buffon  80,  83. 

Bugg  135. 

Bulkeley  96, 

Bull  us  114. 

Bulteel  16. 

Buncle  342. 

Bunyan  143. 

Buonamici  43. 

Burchet  16. 

Burgerfdicius  175. 

Burgefs  232. 

Burgh  152,  186,  314. 

Burke   I78,    187,    192,    194, 

208. 
Burlemaqui  229,  230. 
Burn  232. 
Burnet  6,  9,  14,  52,  79,  $$, 

102,  361,  378. 
Burney  326. 
Burnham  125. 
Burns  309. 
Burnyeat  1 15. 
Burrifh  181. 
Burthogge  237. 
Burton  50. 
Bufching  106. 
Butler  120,  313,  330,  342. 
Buxtorfius  2. 
Byfield  263. 
Byron  97. 
Bysfhe  35,  312. 
Bythnerus  169. 


Cadogan  271. 

Cadwalader  202. 

Oefar  62,  64,  72. 

Caille  247. 

Calepinus  163. 

Callander  308. 

Callender  61. 

Callimachus  299. 

Calmet  2. 

Cambridge  22. 

Camden  63,  105. 

Cameron  61. 

Cambens  299. 

Campbell   32,  50,    143,    173, 

Cantemir  15. 

Canterbury   (  Archbifhop  of) 

127. 
Cantillon  219. 
Capper  91,  100. 
Caradoc  37, 
Care  230. 

Carmichael  134,  136. 
Carr  330. 
Carranzam  72. 
Carter  99,  151,  314, 
Carver  98. 
Carey  44,  194,  355. 
Cafaux  194. 
Caftell  253. 
Caftro  164. 
Cataneo  231. 
Catefby  74. 
Cato  284,  361. 
Catrou  12. 
Catullus  310,  317. 
Cavallo  77,  264,  351 
Cave  5,  128. 
Cavinius  165. 
Cay  224. 
Cebes  162. 
Celfus  62,  271,  277. 
Chabron  364. 
Chalkley  48. 
Chalmer  178,  194- 


Index  of  Names. 


389 


Chalon  48. 

Chamberlaine  122,  342. 
Chambers  262,  325,  328,  330, 

Champion  193. 

Chandler  6,  90,  135,  142. 

Chapman  20. 

Chapone  167,  368. 

Chardin  88. 

Charlevoix  95. 

Charron  153. 

Chaftellux  100,  173. 

Chatham  188,  208. 

Chaucer  298,  304. 

Chaudon  59. 

Chauncey  135. 

Cheek  340. 

Chefelden  265. 

Cheshire  269. 

Chefterfield  167,  347,  365. 

Chevalier  367. 

Chew  187,  201,  231. 

Cheyne  266,  267,  269. 

Child  147,  221. 

Chillingworth  1 13. 

Chilton  38. 

Chippendale  328. 

Church  54. 

Churchill  16,  130,  298. 

Cibber  68,  71. 

Cicero  149,  150,  152,  153, 
154,  155,  158,  159,  162, 
168,   170,   171,  346. 

Cifnerus  19. 

Claefle  129. 

Clairac  256. 

Clapp  138. 

Clare  80. 

Clarendon  12,  13,  18,  43,  49. 

Claridge  126. 

Clark  22,  120,  127,  128,  138, 
145,  166,  168,  173,  239, 
244,  263,  292,  341, 

Clarkfon  156. 

Claudian  310,  317. 

Clavigero  29. 

Clavius  240. 

Claypoole  330, 

Clayton  77, 


Cleghorn  268. 

Clemens  1 14. 

Clericus  261,  296. 

Cleuardus  168. 

Clifton  234,  269. 

Clogher  (Bifhop  of)  88. 

Cloyne  343. 

Clufius  75. 

Cluvenus  107. 

Cockburne  338. 

Coke  39,  223,  224. 

Colden43,  71,  237. 

Coleman  301,  304. 

Colliber  45. 

Collier  121,  153,  $6o. 

Colligny  71. 

Collins  32,  242. 

Columbus  47. 

Columella  284. 

Combrune  287,  288. 

Condamine  103. 

Condercet  62. 

Condillac  172. 

Confucius  159. 

Conringius  264. 

Conftable  171. 

Conftantinus  163,  277. 

Cook  90,  91,  106. 

Cooke  221. 

Coombe  134,  136,  302. 

Cooper  32,  40,  161,  288. 

Cope  277. 

Cordineer  107. 

Coftard  247. 

Code  153,  342. 

Coftigan  101. 

Courbeville  151. 

Courtenay  301. 

Couftos  36. 

Cowley  312. 

Cowper  135,  307 

Coxe  90,  91,  99. 

Coyer  42. 

Crabbe  300,  301. 

Cracanthrop  6. 

Cramer  265. 

Crantz  8,  31. 

Craven  576. 

Crawford  57,  145,  160,  315. 


39° 


Index  of  Names* 


Crawfurd,  65. 

Creech  311. 

Crevier  47. 

Croix  33. 

Crollius  263. 

Cromwell  176,  360. 

Cronzeck  313. 

Crofby  8.  ' 

Crouch  219. 

Croufaz  171,  173. 

Crufius  66. 

Crutwell  59. 

Cudworth  1 15. 

CufF293. 

Cullen  29,  262,  272,  274,  275. 

Cumberland  46,  53,  69,  232. 

Cumming  244. 

Cummins  96,  137. 

Cunceus  9. 

Cunn  239,  240. 

Cunningham    29,     218,     225, 

Curterius  161. 
Curtis  75. 


D 

Dacier  31,  50. 

Dacofta  76. 

D'Aguillon  235. 

Daille  129. 

D'Alembert  347. 

Dalibard  85/ 

Dalrymple  25,  91,  231. 

Dandini  97. 

Daniel  36. 

Dante  315. 

D'Anvers  362. 

D'Argens  140,  357,361,362, 

D'Amay  67. 

D'Arvieux  102. 

D'Affigny  121. 

D'Autercche  '89. 

D'Avenant  185. 

Davenport  145. 

Daventer  262. 

Pavidfon  1 1 1 . 

Davie  69,  137,  145,  175. 


Davila  23. 

Davis  262. 

Davy  103. 

Dawfon  222. 

Day  156,  157,  189,  193. 

Deane  179,  214. 

De  Burigny  39. 

De  Chales  239. 

De  Foe  27,  315,  345. 

De  Fontaine  48. 

Dekker  264. 

Delancey  225. 

Delany  348. 

De  L'Hofpital  238. 

De  Lolme  349,  381. 

De  Moivre  220. 

De  Mcnchy  270. 

Dempfter  30. 

Demolthenes  168,  172. 

Denham  306. 

De  Parthenay  45. 

De  Pile  48. 

De  Poivre  103. 

De  Reaumur  8j. 

De  Retz  66. 

Derham  79,  123. 

Derrick  363. 

Defaguliers    254,    290,    291, 

292. 
De  Sauvages  82. 
Defcartes  236,  238,  291, 
Des  Couftures  161. 
Deflandes  182. 
D'Efpie  254. 
De  Thou  13. 
De  Veil  231. 
D'Eves  371. 
De  Wit  50. 
Dewfbury  115. 
D'Hofpital  52. 
Dicey  66. 
Dickinfon  91,  97,   148,    i86> 

200. 
Dickfon  283. 
Dicfon  1 18. 
Digby  65. 
Dillenius  76. 
Dillon  90, 
Dilworth  243, 


Index  of  Names. 


39* 


DImfdale  272,  273. 

Diodorus  Siculus  19. 

Diogenes  Laertius  19,  63. 

Dion  Caffius  18. 

Dionis  272, 

Diony  fius  HalicarnafTenfis  19. 

Difney  357. 

Ditton  243. 

D'lvernois  58. 

Dobbs  107. 

Dobfon  47,  56. 

D'Obfonville  384. 

Dodd  81,  144,  145,  299,  315, 

36°*. 
Doddridge  36,  67. 

Dodge  103. 

Dodington  57. 

Dodonseus  277. 

Dodfley  311,  340. 

Dodfon  242,  296. 

Dodwell  123,  153. 

Domat  222. 

Donn  242. 

Doolittle  70. 

Doffie  284,  289. 

Douglas   47,    59,    100,    224, 

225,  228,  262,  382. 
Dow  25. 
Downman  314. 
Drake  18,  266,  277. 
Drayton  199,  216. 
Drelincourt  121. 
Drinkwater  27. 
Drummer  205. 
Drummond  63,  87. 
Dryden37,  38,  52,  311,  313, 

360. 
Ducerceau  45. 
Duche    131,    134,    136,    137, 

212. 
Duck  305. 
Dugdale  109. 
Du  Halde  39. 
Du  Hamel  334,  337. 
Duke  306. 
Du  Monceau  281. 
Du  Moulin  161. 
Dunbar  155. 
Duncan  18,  174,  273,  274. 


Duncombe  58,  230,  358,  365. 

Dunlap  330. 

Dunn  106,  159,  246. 

Dupin  5,  48. 

Du  Pratz  in. 

Dutton  146,  242, 

Dyer  314. 


Eaftburn  61. 

Eaton  122. 

Echard  1 1,  44,  55. 

Eden  96,  213. 

Edmundfon  125,  25S. 

Edwards  76,  137,  172, 

Egede  109. 

Eliot  160,  285. 

Ellington  137. 

Elliot  130,  349. 

Ellis   76,   78,    95,    177,   282, 

283. 
Ellwood  2,  50,  313. 
Elphinfton  66. 
Elfe  273. 
Elton  1 15. 

Emerfon  243,  244,  243*. 
Emilius  63. 
Enfield  144,  291,  365. 
England  151. 
Entick  11,  42,  222. 
Epicletus  151,  153,  162. 
Erafmus  320,  321,  324,  36$. 
Erckern  260,  286. 
Erefius  75. 
Efchelfkroon  70. 
Efop  319,  324. 
Efpenius  165. 
Efprit  142. 
Eftaugh  143. 
Etmuller  272. 
Euclid  239,  240. 
Euripides  298,  299. 
Eufebius  Pamphilius  6,  156* 
Euftathius  168,  261. 
Evagrius  Scholafticus  6. 
Evans    107,    136,     179,    265, 

306,  336. 


392 

Evelyn  281. 
Everard  115,  383. 
Ewing  240. 


Index  of  Names, 


Fabricius  42,  356. 

Falck  252. 

Falconbridge  157. 

Falconer  77,  251. 

Farley  351. 

Farneworth  13,  23. 

Farro  166. 

Felltham  328. 

Felton  174. 

Fenelon  126,  140,    166,  172. 

3J9- 

Fenn  28. 

Fenning  243,  377. 

Fenton  359. 

Fergufon  26,  107,   177,  246, 

247,  290,  294. 

Ferris  275. 

Feuquieres  44. 

Fiddes  11. 

Field  141. 

Fielding  sh   I0I>   23J>  3°7> 

342- 
Fingal  298. 

Finley  138,  145. 

Fiia  136. 

Fiftier    113,    146,    243,    359, 

.373. 
Fitz-Adam  364. 
Fitzofborne  339. 
Flamfteed  245. 
Flavel  142. 
Flechier  40. 
Fleetwood  50,  122. 
Fletcher  305. 
Fleury  172. 
Flloyd  74,  361. 
Florus  71. 
Fcefius  261,  280. 
Fonte  77. 

Fontenelle  63,  352,  361. 
Forbes  140,  143. 


Fordyce  52,    159,    160,   273, 

316. 
Forman  32. 
Formey  360. 
Forreft  85,  90. 
Forfter  3,  82,  84,  89,  90,  91, 

97,120,  134,  136,  151,224, 

272,  335- 
Fothergill  131,  142,  264. 
Foulis  5. 
Foulke  2. 
Fourcroy  295. 
Fowler  140. 
Fox  4,  114,  117,  145. 
Francis  312. 
Franklin  78,   198,   200,   211, 

289,   291,   298,   329,   335, 

343>   348,   351*  369- 
Frafer  51. 

Freherus  19. 

Freigius  368. 

Freinfheim  46. 

Freke  80. 

Freneau  316. 

Frefnoy  23,  37,  170,  300,. 

Frewen  274. 

Frey  8. 

Frezier  89. 

Friend  269. 

Fritfchius  272. 

Frontinus  257. 

Fuller  6,  15,  128,  159* 

FufTeli  326. 


G 

Gage  95,  105,  198. 
Gaine  330,  331. 
Gale  197,  202. 
Galenus  280. 
Galland  369. 
Galloway  72,  200. 
Gammon  141. 
Ganganelli  365. 
Garden  57,  145. 
Gardiner  262,  275,  $6t- 
Gamier  278. 
Gafceudi  248, 


Index  of  Names, 


393 


Gafi:  27. 

Gafton  124. 

Gay  304,  312,  314. 

Geddes  171,  345.    • 

Gee  221. 

Genlis  323,  380. 

Gerard  123. 

Gefner  20,  312. 

Gibbon  26,  $6t  167. 

Gibbons  139. 

Gibbs  46,  253. 

Gibfon  81,  105,  222,  239. 

Gilbert  106. 

Gillie  69. 

Gillies  27. 

Gilmore  252. 

Gilpin  42,  51,  349. 

Glafs  21,  64. 

Glauber  260. 

Glover  298,  314. 

Goddard  50,  263,  328,  338, 

352. 
Godfrey  299,  302,  348,  383, 
Godolphin  228. 
Godwyn  7,  8. 
Goguet  294. 
Goldham  148. 
Goldinge  72. 
Goldney  119. 
Goldfmith  62,  82,  299. 
Gordon  10,  14,  31,  44,  46,  87, 

108    136,    220,   252,    358, 

3<53>  374- 
Gracian  151. 

Graham  37. 

Grainger  298. 

Grant  152,  263. 

Granville  363. 

Graunt  334. 

Gravefande  290. 

Gray  297,  307,  365*. 

Greaves  341. 

Greenvill 

Greenwood  166. 

Gregory  160,  247,  271,  345, 

35°. 

GrefTet  299. 

Grew  75,  82. 


D  d 


Grey  31,  299. 

Grieve  88,  271. 

Griffith  99,  136,  160. 

Groenvelt  268. 

Gronovius  19,  82. 

Grofe  27,  100. 

Grotius  72,    148,    222,    234, 

3°3>    3l6- 
Grove  153,  314, 

Guarini  314. 

Guendeville  320. 

Guiccardini  50,  30,  368. 

Guillim  258. 

Gurney  289. 

Guthrie    n,    106,    107,    152, 

170,  171*  34-6- 
Gyllius  33. 

H 

Habefci  57. 

Hacke  96. 

Hackluyt  87,  93. 

Hadley  25?. 

Halbert  366. 

Hale  81,  113,  178,  224,  269, 

270,  361. 
Hales  250,  29$. 
Halfpenny  254. 
Hall  125,  143,  329. 
Haller  267. 
H alley  246,  247. 
Hallifax  340,  358,  364. 
Hamilton  18,  47,  238. 
Hammon  138. 
Hammond  38,  242. 
Hampton  39,  177. 
Hanbaefius  165. 
Hanway  21,  178,  346,  350. 
Hare  131. 
Hargrave  232. 
Harrington  117,  176. 
Harris  17,  49,  54,  73,  86,  227, 

237,  248,  278,  347. 
Harrifon  244. 
Harte  21,  283. 
Hartley  121^  125* 
Hartwell  38. 
d 


394 


Index  of  Names, 


Harvey  78,  280. 

Harwood  274,  279.  . 

Hatfell22  8. 

Haukfbee  294. 

Hajitville  5 1 . 

Hawkins  59,  223. 

Hawkfbee  250, 

Hawkfworth  89,  98,  319,  338. 

Hawles  235. 

Hawley  49. 

Hayes  218,  241. 

Kaygarth  275. 

Hay  ley  300. 

Ha;  ward  62,.  312. 

Heath  343. 

Hcathcote  L24. 

Heineccius  23  rr 

Heifs  45. 

Heliodorus  64. 

Helfham  292. 

Helvetius  157,  379. 

Helvicus  16. 

Henckel  79. 

Henly  11,  233/340. 

Hennepin  93. 

Henry  29,  70,  273,  274,  275. 

Heraclitus  i6i. 

Herbert  20,  28,  88,  118. 

Hermes  367. 

Herodian  63. 

Heron  173. 

Herrera  34,  106. » 

Herring  120. 

Hertzberg  194. 

Hervey   100,  <\  19,.  .123,   125, 

T41,  144,  276,  3x1, 
Hewitt  219. 
Hewfon  273. 
Heylen  114. 
Heylyn  11.  ?. 

Heyman  95. 
Heynfius  251. 
Hichborn  336. 
Hickeringill  337. 
Hickes  166. 
Hieroclis  161. 
Hieronymus  334. 
Hi^gins  .8  3.- 
Jiighmore  376, 


Hildrop  358. 

Hill  73,  74  79,  242,  262,  279, 

283>  3°4>  3l6>  333- 
Hippocratgs    261,    269,    271,, 

2  74- 
Hitt  282,  283. 

Hobbes  32  162,  177. 

Hodge  266. 

Hoffman  274. 

.   Hogarth  325. 

Holbeine  324. 

Holberg  50. 

Holcroft  323,  374,  375,  384. 

Holder  248. 

Hole  307. 

Holland  74,  367. 

Hollwell  48,  132. 

Holt  42,  330,  331. 

Home  170,  273,  284,  311. 

Homer  297,   299,   307,   312,- 

3J7- 
Honey  wood  17, 

Hood  198. 

Hooke  20,  46,  53,  73,  294. 

Hooker  113. 

Hookes  126.    ; 

Hoole   173,    306,    311,  ■  314, 

•     332- 
Hooper  1^7. 

Hopkins  134,  200. 

Hopkinfon  298,  302. 

Horace  301,  308,   311,   312, 

3I7- 
Home  165. 

Horrebow  73. 

Horfman  222. 

Hotoman  34. 

Houlfton  275. 

Howard  350,  384. 

Howel  1 1,  42,  342.    t 

Hubbard  29,  38,  6c. 

Hudfon  166. 

Huet  219. 

Hughes  73,  322,  363. 

Hull  349. 

Hume  23,  62,  68,  69,  xn9 

i59>  239>  344- 
Humphreys  11,   7.8,  85,  122, 

$29*  33°>  338- 

- 


Index  of  Names. 


395 


Hunt  136,  178,  192,  2c8. 
Hunter  263,  264,  284. 
Hurd  26,  131. 
Hufband  137. 
Hutchefon  151,  160,  237. 
Hutchins  61,  no. 
Hutchinfon  46,  187. 
Huygens  247,  248. 


L 

Iamblichus  3c. 
Ibycus  317. 
Imifon  288. 
Innes  279, 
Inflee  3.30. 
Irwin  90,  301. 
Ifocrates  171,  174. 


J 


Jackfon  23,  122,  270,  336. 

Jacob  222  224. 

James  50,  73,  122,  253,  260, 


>» f\ 


272>  33°>  501- 
Jannotius  72. 

Jay  337*353- 
Jebb  233,  357. 

Jefferfon  356. 

Jeffrey  13,  22. 

Jeffrey*  88,  91,  106,  107,  335. 

Jenkins  119. 

Jennings  54,  133  144. 

Jenty  266. 

Jerningham  301,  307.  . 

Johnfon4i,  69,  99,  132,  162, 

169,   296,   301,   315,    322, 

364,  372,  373. 
Jones   13,   38,  98,   134,   136, 

138,  213,-253,  333,  342. 
Jontel  100. 
Jortin  25. 
Jofephus  14,  31, 
JoiTdyn  85,  103, 
Jovius  19. 
Junius  2. 


Juftamond  $$,  275. 
Juftice  228. 
Juftin  Martyr  114*.. 
Juftin  i  an  235. 
Juvenal  297,  313, 


K 


Kaims  334. 

Kalm  97. 

Kearfley  336. 

Keate69,  92,  301,  323,  376.' 

Keating  10. 

Keeble  222. 

.-        - . 

Keill  240,  247,  248,  266,  295. 

Keimer  229. 

Keith  24,  91,  147,  213. 

Kellwaye  276. 

Kemp  276. 

Kempfer  14. 

Kempis  114,  128. 

Kennedy  246. 

Kennet53»  119,  324. 

Kennicott  2. 

Kent  284. 

Keppel  226. 

Kerckringius  264,  28c 

Kerr  45. 

Kerfey  241. 

Keyfler  88,  376.  ' 

Kimber  374. 

King  91,  124. 

Kinnerfley  146,  296. 

Kippax  218.     - 

Kippis  18,  273. 

Kippur  130. 

Kirby  325. 

Kircher  75,  296. 

Kirkland  273. 

Kirkpatrick  132. 

Kirwan  83,  84 

Klopftock  311,  313. 

Knight  290. 

Knolles  17. 

Knowles  252. 

Knox  12,  24,  167,  jj$f 

Koffler  201. 

Kolben  94. 


. 


. 


• 


39<> 

Krantzims  20. 
Kruger  167. 
Kunkel  272. 


Lactanthis  356. 

Lambert  345. 

Lurcilius  261. 

Landen  238,  241. 

Lane  ic6. 

Langalkrie  37. 

Langhorne  54,  300,  314. 

Langle  103. 

Langley  238,  253. 

Langwith  22. 

Lant  106. 

Lardner  1 15,  121. 

Laiham  78. 

La  Trobe  8. 

Laughton  166. 

Laval  8. 

Lavater  335. 

Lavoifier  274. 

Law  121,  123,  127,  221. 

Lawfon  76,  171. 

Lay  159. 

Leapor  305. 

Le  Beau  54. 

Le  Blanc  341. 

Le  Brun  327. 

Le  JSruyn  88. 

Le  Cat  79. 

Lechford  36,  52. 

Le  Clerc  3,37,  49.,  267,  356. 

Lediard  15,  24,  33. 

Lee  80,  179,  189,  196,  226, 

227. 
Leechman  15.1. 
Leeuwenhoeck  78. 
Lefanu  131. 
Le  Febure  263. 
Le  Grand  96. 
Leigh  15,  275,  353. 
Leland  22,  25,  55,  116,  119, 

123,  127,  172. 
Lemery  261,  272, 
Leoni  253. 
Le  Poivre  10 1- 


Index  of  Names* 


Leflie  145,  344. 

L'Eftrange  14,  29,  154,  319. 

Lettfom  56,  59,  263. 

Levi  8. 

Lewis  31,  48,  261,  267,  274, 

287,  288. 
Leybourn  249,  329. 
Lhuyd  19. 
Lidenius  117. 
Liechtenaw  20. 
Lightfoote  122. 
Lilburne  230. 
Lilly  222. 
Limborch  6. 
Lind  270. 
Linden  268. 
Linguet  70,  208* 
Linn  145. 
Linnseus  82. 
Lifle  281. 
Lifter  74. 
Littlebury  34. 
Littlepage  337. 
Livingfton  135. 
Livy  63,  360. 
Llewelyn  172. 
Lloyd  43. 

Lobb  267,  268,  272. 
Locke    114,    126,    154,    1665 

170,  181,  341. 
Lockman  12,  94,  119. 
LofFt  315. 
Logan  152,  199I 
Longinus  171,  175. 
Lorenzini  262. 
Lothian  29. 
Love  239. 
Lovibond  315. 
Lowe  243. 
Lowman  138,  154. 
Lowth  116,  173. 
Lowthorp  333. 
Lucan  310,  312,  383. 
Lucas  152,  159. 
Lucretius  311,  316. 
Ludolphus  17. 
Ludwig  163. 
Lyttleton  20,  202,  334,  34?* 


Index  of  Names. 


397 


M 


Mably  6$,  70,  154. 
Macauley  21,  109,  131,  177, 

186,  191. 
Macbean  154. 
Maccarty  137. 
McConnell  209. 
McCormick  26. 
Machiavel  23*  65,  210,  214. 
Machin  241,  294. 
McKean  210. 
Mackenfie  13,  268. 
Macknight  116,  118. 
Mac  Laine  7,  144,  276. 
Mac  Laurin  243,  290,  293. 
Macmahon  194. 
Mac  Pherfon  25,  27,  298,  307. 
Macquer  44,  267. 
Macrobius  356. 
Maciparren  146. 

Madan  144. 

Madox  25. 

Maffei  170. 

Magaw  136,  138. 

Magens  218. 

Mahon  291. 

Maillet  81. 

Maimbcurg  52,  71. 

Mair  242. 

Maitland  10,  12,  16. 

Maizeaux  12,  304,  322. 

Major  13. . 

Malcolm  241,  326. 

Mallet  42,  54,  347,  360. 

Mallincrot  63. 

Malpighius  75,  279. 

Malynes  217.   . 

Mandeville  345. 

.Mangetus  261. 

Manning  39,  40. 

Manningham  255,  262. 

Manftein  25. 

Mariana  14,  30. 

Marigny  44. 

Markoe  306. 

Marlborough  ( Dutch  efs  of)  42. 

Marmontel  321,  323. 
Marriot  202,  215,  305. 


127, 
3^1, 


303* 


Marfden  27. 

Marfhall   83,    97,    145,    281, 

284. 
Martial  310. 
Martin    105,    109,    146,   211, 

221,   243,   250,   293,   341., 

345- 
Martinius  163. 

Martyn  177,  339. 

Mafcou  24. 

Maferes  241. 

Mafon   124,    125, 

272,   289,   300, 

305,   314,   365. 
Matheolus  261. 
Mather  38,  71,  81. 
Matlack  336. 
Maturantius  168. 
Maty  101,  335. 
Mauconellus  168. 
Maundrell  97. 
Maupertius  109,  212,  362. 
Maurice  301. 
Maurier  37. 
Maylem  30S. 
Mayer  252. 
Mayhew  130,  134,  136,  141, 

352* 
Maynard  122. 
Maximus  368. 
Maxwell  282. 
Mead  262,  267,  343,  352. 
Mecom  352. 
Medaille  366. 
Medley  94. 
Melmouth  155,  342. 
Menage  368. 
Menander  310. 
Meneftrier  259. 
Mentzer  128. 
Mercer  233. 
Merchant  68. 
Meferes  202,  215, 
Metaftafio  314. 
Mezeray  16,  71. 
Michaelis  116. 
Mickle  299,  300. 
Middleton  20,  39,   114, 

124>  333>  343- 


11 


3> 


39» 


Index  of  Najne*. 


Midon  34. 

Milbourn  128. 

Millan  364. 

Millar  29,  123,  151,  280,  281. 

282. 
Millot  $5. 
Mills  47,  282,  299. 
Milne  77. 
Milner  83,  221. 
Milton  52, 176,  305,307,  313, 

329- 
Mindieu  163. 

Minto  295. 

Minucius  148. 

Mirabeau  193. 

MifTon  92. 

Mitchell  288,  305. 

Moderatius  284.  • 

Modeftus  257. 

MoiFet  365. 

Moliere  314,  315,  317. 

Molineaux  47,  232. 

Moll  105,  107. 

Molloy  218.  ' 

Monboddo  173,  236. 

Monck  28. 

Monmouth  (Earl  of)  16. 

Montague  102,  183. 

Montanus  10. 

Montemayor  323. 

Montefquieu   212,    229,    346, 

Montfaucon  1 1 . 
Monro  75,  260,  263,  271,  279. 
Montgomery  134,  136. 
More  30!,  302,  303,  306,  307, 

314,  316,  321,  324,  $65. 
Morell  151. 
Morgan  2,   23,   35,  62,   127, 

135,   141,  201,   220,   258, 

270,  276, 
Morris  179. 
Morfe  377. 
Mortimer  70,  193. 
Morton  29,  38,  54,  336, 
Moryfon  87. 
Mofely  275. 
Moiheim  7,8. 
Motherbyv2  61/ 


Motraye  87. 

Motte  294,  336. 

Mottley  67. 

Moufetus  75. 

Mountaine  252,  342,  367. 

Moyle  345. 

Moxon  292,  294,  296,  362, 

Muffet  74. 

Muller  88,  256. 

Mun  221. 

Munfter  $$. 

Muratori  102. 

Murphy  307. 

Murray  251. 

Musihenbrock  293. 

Mynor  279. 


N 

Nalfon  181. 

Nani  17. 

Nare  165. 

Nary  12. 

Nauclerus  19. 

Naude  368. 

Naunton  36. 

Neal  8,  60. 

Neale  278.      - 

Necker  193. 

Needham  79. 

Nelfon  141,  235,  343* 

Nettle  ton  j  53,  159. 

Neves  254. 

Nevill  226*    . 

Newcombe  2,  297,  311- 

Newcome  n6;  117,  144* 

Newhoufe  251. 

Newman  261.  - 

Newton  116,  117,  127,  s6if 
242,  246,  249,  250,  290, 
291,  292,  293,  294. 

Nicholas  77. 

Nichols  26,  314,  368. 

Nicholfon  16,  41,  253,  295* 

Nickolls  161,  176- 

Nicccles  154. 

Nicolas  256. 

Nieuhoffie. 


. 


Index  of  Names'* 


399 


Nizolius  165. 
Noble  59. 
Nogarola  63. 
Noorthouck  56*. 
Norden-&6,  95. 
KorriiJ39. 

North  214. 

Nugeht  24,  "44,  9/7,  102,  172. 

I 

o 

Oakes  58. 

Ockley  54,  69. 

O'Conner  373. 

O'Flaherty  30. 

Ogden  144,  3554.- 

Ogilby  10,  104. 

Ogilvie  16,  299,  304,  314. 

Ogle  304. 

O'Halloran  29. 

Olaus  Magnus  112. 

Olavius  Celfius  79. 

Oldham  312. 

Oldys  17,  361. 

O'Leary  133. 

Oliver  187,  248. 

Oprian  78. 

Orleans  64. 

Orofius  64. 

Orrery  (Earl  of)  103. 

Orrery  43,  53. 

Ortelian  377. 

Ofbeck  82. 

Oibrio  46. 

Oilian  298. 

Oiwald  130,  330,  337. 

Otis  205. 

Ottolenghe  84. 

Otway  318. 

Onghtred  240. 

Overly  239. 

Ovid  .305,  313,  317. 

Owen  85,  338. 

Ozanam  238,  292. 

Ozell  37,  174. 


Packe  260. 

Paine  194,  202,  203. 


e 


. 


; 


Palafox  37. 
Paley  152. 
Palingenius  317. 
Pallifer  226. 
Palmer  24,  288. 
Pamphilius  6. 
Pancirollus  369: 
Paracelfus  260,  261,  263,  36$ 
Pardies  240* 
Pareu-s  174. 
Paris  19. 

Parke  212,  308,  381. 
I  Parker  27,  159,  248, 286,  330, 

33 *•  ■  [  .;  * 

Parkinfon  74,  281. 

Parnell  305,  314. 

Paifon  76,  79. 

Pafchall  31,  119. 

Paterculus  71. 

Patin  368. 

Patinus  72. 

Patoun  252. 

Paul  350. 

Paufanias  19,  42. 

Payne  53. 

Pearce  131. 

Pearfall  139. 

Pearfon  83,  125.  • 

Pechy  266.  • 

Peck  13. 

Peckard  139. 

Pemberton  117,  268,29©, 

Penhallow  -68. 

Penn  9,  113,  118,  143,  205. 

Pennant  77,  82,  89,  90,  9;/ 

Pennington  115.     - 

Pennyman  360. 

Penrofe  81. 

Percival  279,  366. 

Perizonius  174. 

Perrault  37,  253. 

Perreaud  367. 

Perrin  165. 

Perry  14,  348. 

Perfms  313,  316. 

Perfon  346. 

Petavius  63. 

Peterborough  (Bifliop  of)  £. 

Peters  117,  283. 


-  \ 


• 


400 

Petrarch  316,  318. 
Petronius  324. 
Pettus  260,  28$. 
Petty  69. 
Phsedrus  317. 
Phaer  306. 
Phelips  47. 
Philemon  310. 
Phillips  162,  166. 
Phipps  91. 
Phivier  78. 
Phocion  154. 
Photius  332. 
Picart  247. 
Pierce  116,  133. 
Pierfon  137. 
Pigonati  18. 
Pike  139,  243. 
Pilkington  67,  375. 
Pilmore  133,  167. 
Pilpay  313. 
Pindar  317. 
Pine  105. 
Pinto  116. 
Piozzi  70,  355, 
Pifo  75. 
Pi  tot  252. 

Pitt  9,  202,  298,  305- 
Pittman  25. 
Plaifted  1  ci. 
Platina  15. 
Plato  176,  357. 
Plautius  280,  305,  317. 
Playfair  245. 

Pliny  74>  75»  355>  368- 

Plotinus  236. 

Plott  74. 

Pluche  124,  247. 

Plutarch  18,  31,  150. 

Pocoke  87,  105-. 

Pointer  80. 

Polano  6. 

Pollnitz  94,  1  ci. 

Pollux  332. 

Polybius  63,  177,  257. 

Polydore  Virgil  20,  367, 

Pomet  261. 

Pomfret  311. 

Pom  me  278. 


Index  of  Names. 


Pompadour  67. 

Pontefract  366. 

Pontoppidan  73. 

Pope  171,297,  304,  312,316, 

318,  361,  362,  363,  365. 
Porter  367. 
Porterfield  82. 
Porteus  60,  131. 
Portroyall  158,  164. 
Poflelius  165. 
Poft  94. 
Poftlethwait    105,    184,    217, 

218,  219. 
Pott  270,  271,  276. 
Potter  42,  49,  169,  299,  300. 
Pownall  78,  185,  192,  197. 
Pratt  300,  36$. 
Prenties  103. 
Price  75,  130,  154,  186,  189, 

193,  208,  220,  254. 
Prideaux  3,  1 20. 
Prieftley  116,   131,   133,  139, 

164,    167,    185,    237,    249, 

272,   290,   295,   326. 
Prince  60,  66,  117. 
Pringle  265,  270,  273. 
Priolo  64. 
Prior  46,  267,  311. 
Prodicus  162. 
Propertius  3  10,  317. 
Pruflia  (King  of)  56. 
Pfalmanaazaar  320. 
Puffendorff  34,  49,  161,  223. 
Pugh  142,  374. 
Pullein  80,  82,.  283,  289. 
Pultney  83. 
Purchas  87. 
Purver  1. 
Pye  301. 
Pythagoras  30. 


Quefnel  3. 

Quincey  190,  195,  205,  265, 

266,  268,  269. 
Quintilian  174. 
Quixote  306,  321. 


Index  of  Names, 


401 


R 


Rabener  364. 

Racine  317,  318. 

Rack  349. 

Raleigh  17,  41. 

Ralph  11. 

Ramazini  269. 

Ramfay  59,  68, 116,  149, 155, 

I57>  336- 
Randall  281,  282. 

Rapin  33,  171,  174,  214. 

Rafpe  98. 

Rawlinfon  170. 

Ray  75,  84,  93, 125, 140,  180, 

381. 
Raymond  53. 
Raynal  55. 

Read  199,  269,  329,  338. 
Reader  134,  139. 
Reed  179,  201,  209. 
Rees  330. 

Reid  i?i,  154,  273. 
Reilly  331. 
Renaudot  97. 
Revett  13. 

Reynolds  289,  326,  328,  344. 
Ricaut  9,  15,  17. 
Richard  ill. 
Richardibn  99,  123,  171,  175, 

,288,  323,  348,  353. 
Riefbeck  101. 
Rigby  274. 
Rimius  7,  8,  22. 
Riollay  274. 
Rittenhoufe  246. 
Riverius  276. 
Rivingten  330. 
Roberts  70,  76,  217. 
Robertfon  20,  24,  26,  32,  $3, 

165,  252,  273,  329. 
Robinfon  350. 
Robfon  48,  100. 
Roche  Foucault  159. 
Rocque  105. 
Rodiginus  332. 
Rogers  32,  96. 
Renault  292,  295. 


Roilin  34,  35,65,  164,  166. 

Rolt  40,  2  r  7. 

Romans  82,  85. 

Rondeletius  277. 

Rooke  49. 

Roque  377. 

Rofconmion  306. 

Rofe  64,  8^. 

Rofinus  30. 

Rouille  12. 

Rous  30. 

RomTeau  154,  167,  175,  212, 

324,  380. 
Rowe  54,  64,  153,  242,  312, 

319,  321. 
Rowland  28. 
Rowley  299. 
Rowning  292. 
Rudd  262. 
Ruefner  368. 
RufFhead  62,  227. 
Rufus  71. 
Rumphius  75. 
Rumfey  355. 
Ruin  152,  158,  210,  214,  2.15, 

276,  277. 
Rufhworth  16. 
RufTel  3,  76,  160,  278,  334. 
Rutherford  230. 
Rutty  6,  126,  261. 
Rymer  18. 


E  e 


Sacheverell  230. 

St.  Amour  15. 

St.  Clair  226. 

St  John  99. 

St.  Palaye  58. 

Sale  115. 

Salkeld  224. 

Salluft  62,  71. 

Salmafius  18,  331. 

Salmon  24,  47/73,  254,  270* 

288. 
Sammes  15;. 
Sam  well  28,  264. 


40 1 


Index  of  Names* 


Samber  267. 

Sancho  366. 

Sanchoniatho  53. 

San&ius  174. 

Sandby  106. 

Sandy  87. 

Sappho  317. 

Saul  81. 

Sault  329. 

Saunders  274. 

Saunderfon  114,  242. 

Saurin  1 1 1,  132. 

Savage  315,  340. 

Savary  100,  217. 

Sawyer  13. 

Saxby  218. 

Saxe  255,  256,  257. 

Say  147. 

Sayre  147, 

Scaliger   72,    173,    174,    245, 

368. 
Scapula  163. 
Scarron  322 
Schedius  148. 
Scheele  272. 
Schindlerus  162. 
Schomberg  68,  233. 
Schooten  238. 
Schuyler  226. 
Scioppius  174. 
Scott  16,  27,  117,  125,  173, 

207,  307. 
Scrafton  55. 
Scurray  53. 
Seaman  68. 
Search  155. 
Seeker  133. 
Seddon  329. 
Selden  113,  328,  363. 
Sellius  77. 
Seneca   151,   154,   158,    309, 

3!7>  368. 
Senex  105. 
Septalius  279. 
Serle  250. 
Serviez  50. 
Sevigne  363. 
Seward  ioi,  300. 
Sewel  6, 


Seymour  11. 

Shaftfbury  154,  341,  360. 

Shakefpeare  304. 

Sharpe  8,50,58,  92, 131, 132, 
155,  160,  165,  193,  195, 
207,   232,   233,   327,   330, 

35°>  SS2>  379- 
Shaw  59,  87,  109,  262,  266, 

268,  269,  270,  276,  333. 

Sheen  58. 

Shefferus  17. 

Sheffield  189,  193,  220,  343, 

364- 
Shenftone  304. 

Sheridan  SS*   163,"  164,   313, 

3\6>  3+8. 

Sheringham  6^. 

Sherlock  103,  130. 

Shmeitz  286. 

Short  81,  180. 

Shrigley  79. 

Shuckford  41,  124. 

Sidney  176,  181. 

Sigonius  19. 

Silius  Italicus  317. 

Simes  256. 

Simitiere  176. 

Simon  2,  3,  116. 

Simonides  317. 

Simplicius  153. 

Simpfon  232,  238,  243,  291. 

Sinclair  178. 

Sitzmanus  157. 

Skelton  322. 

Skinner  36,  163. 

Sleydan  5. 

Sloane  75,  344. 

Smart  298. 

Smibert  276. 

Smith  17,  22,  28,  31  36,45, 
52,  59,  80,  92,  96,  109  no, 
117,  123,  129,  134,  136, 
137,  138,  146,  152,  156, 
157,  178,  180,  215,  242, 
249,  251,  288,  301,  326, 
336,   353,   355. 

Smollet  21,  43,  59,  94,  3$9+ 

Smyth  99. 
I   Snelgrave  36.  ■ 


index  of  Names. 


4^3 


Soave  7. 

Socrates  Scholaflicus  6. 

Solinus  331. 

Somers  205,  234. 

Sophocles  298,  301,  303,  310. 

Soto  71. 

Southern  351. 

Spanheim  131. 

Sparrman  91, 

Speed  18,  20,  278. 

Spelman  20,  43. 

Spence  34,  149,  174,  363. 

Spencer  363. 

.Spenerus  14. 

Spinkes  126. 

Spinoza  121. 

Spon  16. 

Sprat  334. 

Sprengell  271. 

Squarcialupus  163. 

Squire  140. 

Stacie  45. 

Stackhoufe  1. 

Stahl  270,  272. 

Stalham  118. 

Stalker  286. 

Stanhope  40,  103,  153,   347, 

365* 
Staniilaus  65. 

Stanley  14,  23,  296. 

Stanton  143. 

Stanyan  49. 

Stapylton  297. 

Steele  313,  362. 

Stephanus  2,  162,  337. 

Sterne  365,  366. 

Stefichorus  317. 

Steuben  255,  257. 

Stevens  14,  34,  40,  51,  163, 

1  6  a. 

Stevenlbn  141,  172,  257. 

Stewart  185. 

Still  man  134,  136. 

Stith  40. 

Stobseus  332. 

Stone  230,  244,  284. 

StooecaiHe  360, 

Story  113,  123. 

Strabo  ic6. 


Strada  71. 

Strahlenberg  24. 

Strother  265. 

Strutt  27. 

Strype  5. 

Stuart  7,    13,    26,    151,   177, 

228. 
Stubbs  260. 
Stukely  17. 
Sturmius  240. 
Suckling  355. 
Suidas  163.       t 
Sullivan  58,  100,  228. 
Sully  34. 
Sutherland  251. 
Swammerdam  74. 
Swan  131,  253. 
Swedenborg  74,  117,  132. 
Swift  43,  48,  320,  321,  33S, 

348>  358>  369>  384-    . 
Swinburne  90,  224. 

Switzer  249,  282. 

Sydenham  266,  276,  333. 

Sykes  344. 


Tacitus  14,  46. 

Tacquet  239,  240,  249. 

Tailfer  52. 

Tapfel  74. 

Tarleton  28. 

Taylor  1,  5,  9,  94,  126,  362. 

Telemachus  319,  321,  322. 

Temple  328  339,  342,  349. 

Templeman  86,  95,  271. 

Tennent   61,    117,    129,   136, 

138,   146,   147,   195. 
Terence  304,  310,  317. 
Tertullian  1 14. 
Theocritus  309. 
Theodoretus  30. 
Theophraftus    79,    156,    162, 

379- 
Thickneffe  99,  ioo» 

Thomas  71,  93,  16c. 

Thomfon   29,   56,    133,   299* 

3I2>  3l8>  335>  364« 
Thorley  81. 


404 


Index  of  Names* 


Thornton  377. 

Thorowgood  29.  34,0. 

Thuanus  19. 

Thucydides  18,  32,  63,  269. 

Thurloe  14. 

Thyer  342, 

Tibulius  310,  317. 

Tickeil  359. 

Tillotfon  113,  120,  122, 

Tilton  276.  ' 

Timberlake  53. 

Tindall  105. 

Tiilbt  270,  278. 

Toland  39,  176. 

Tomkins  141. 

Tooke  62,  163. 

Torcy  35. 

Tcr*hno  221, 

Tott  58- 

Tournefort  78,  89,  261, 

Towers  57. 

Towne  335,  360. 

Townfend  13,  41. 

Trapp  119,  126. 

Tremellius  2,  3. 

Trenchard  358. 

Trimmer  4. 

Trhr:iegiitus  367* 

Trublet  359. 

Truiler  248. 

Tiyon  270. 

Tucker  185,  188,  207, 

Tall  280.  ' 

Turbilly  283. 

Turgot  62,  J  93. 

Turner  267,  272. 

Turfeilinu  3  9. 

Twyne  306. 

Tyer  320. 

u 

Udal  ap  Rhys  46. 

Umfreviiie  229. 

Underhiil  29. 

Untzcr  276. 

Up  ion  1  70.  •      . 

Ufher  2,  . ■  r. 

Uftariz  218. 

Uvedale  33. 


V 

Vaillant  30. 

Valentinus  280. 

Valerius  Maximus  3560 

Valiancy  255, 

Valienus  157. 

Van  Dam  331. 

Van  Egmont  95. 

Van  Heimont  260,  263. 

Vanfchagen  217. 

Vanfwieten  266,  278. 

Varenius  109. 

Varenus  101. 

Varlo  284. 

Varro  284. 

Vatablius  3. 

Vattel  177,  228, 

Vaux  273. 

Vegetius  257, 

Velly  54. 

Veneroni  164. 

Venner  264. 

Verelfl  25. 

Verney  279. 

Vernon  44,  363. 

Verftegan  39. 

Vertot  16,  31,  41,  62,  340, 

Vertue  25. 

VieufTens  261. 

Vigjerius  265. 

Virgil    298,    305,    306,    309, 

3*7- 

Voiture  360. 

Volney  ici. 

Voltaire  32,  39,   49,  59,  61, 

66,  67,  70,  182,  23Q,  359, 

360. 
Von  Lowhen  69. 
Von  Straehlin  98. 
Von  Troil  99. 
Voffius  30,  62,  63,  118,  163, 

168,  169,  174,  175,  337. 


w 

Wagftaffe  266. 

Walch  47. 

Walker  i02>  165,  238. 


Index  of  Names, 


405 


Wall  24c. 

Wallace  357. 

Waller  359. 

Walils  241. 

Walpoole  23,  377. 

Walter  ^4.  " 

Walton  1 1 4. 

Wanley  129. 

Wai  barton    119,      130,     184, 

304,  362. 
Ward  12,  85,  164,  293,   306, 

312,  318,  345,  357. 
Warder  85. 
Ware  6,  17,  253. 
Warner    5,    21,    24,    25,    42, 

271,  295. 
Warrington  27. 
Warton  169,  173,  305,  307. 
Warville   158,  173,  220,  234, 

356; 
Warwick  36. 

Wafhington  212,  213,  234. 

Watfon    26,    132,    237,    279, 

294. 
Watton  46,  74,  173. 
Watts    124,    147,    160,    171, 

292,  307,  311,  349,  379 
Webb  147,  257,  327. 
Webfter  192,  194.,  220. 
Wecker  329. 
Wedderburn  187. 
Weir  241. 
Wells  108. 
Werenfeliius  170. 
Wefkett  225. 

►   Wefiey    102,    116,   143,    160, 
161. 
Weft  19,  23,  119,  123,  248. 
We  file y  298. 
Wefton  45,  219,  287. 
Weyman  331. 
Whalley  123. 
Wharton  277. 
What  el  y  304. 
Whear  356. 
Wheelock  353. 

Whifton  31,  42,   46,  80,  120, 
239,  247. 


Whitaker  26,  62,  132. 
Whitbourne  340. 
Whitby  113,  157. 
White  132,  133,  274. 
Whitehead  121,  301,  316. 
Whitehurft  77. 
Whitelock  II,  227,  340. 
Whitfield  116,  117,  118,  129, 

*37»   *38>   H3>   H5>   H6» 

353>  3^4»  369>  378- 
Whitgitt  114. 

Whitworth  66,  185,  217,  330, 

Whynne  54. 

Whytt  264,  266,  278. 

Wigglefworth  208. 

Wildman  82. 

Wilkie  314, 

Wilkins  127,    162,  301,  321, 

328>  341- 
Willan  3,  274. 

Wiiles  96. 

Williams  26,  315. 

Willington  66. 

Willis  279,  280. 

Willoughby  75,  93. 

Wilmer  273. 

Wilfon  58,    59,    77,    78,  83, 

92,  116,  140,  142,  210,  215, 

239- 
Winchefler  315. 

Windham  178. 

Wingate  242. 

Winkleman  326. 

Winkler  294. 

Window  262. 

Winftanly  141. 

Winter  263. 

Wintringham  273. 

Witgeeft  352. 

Witherfpoon    130,    136,    187, 

353- 

Wifhort  43. 

Wolfius   168,  174,   292,   296. 
Wood  11,  59,  ie8,  223,  234. 
Woodward  80,  81. 
Woolafton  115,  124. 
Woolman  130,  155. 
Worcefter  289. 


400 


Worlidge  285. 

Worfler  294. 

Wraxall  56 i,  59,  99. 

Wright  6,  20,  148,  219,  239, 

246. 
Wyndharn  91. 
Wynne  54. 


X 

Xenophon  35,  53,  332. 
Xylandrus  19. 


Index  of  Names. 

1 


Yardley  126. 
Yearfley  302,  307. 
Young   57,    159,    250,    268, 
281,  285,  306,  312. 


z 


Zaifberger  167. 
Zenger  223,  226. 
Zoilus  305. 
£ubley  134,  136. 


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In  page  44  lin«  7,  for  Syriace,  read  Syriacum. 

p.  19,  1.  17,  for  Xylandeii,  read  Xylandri. 

P-  52.  [  15, /or  ucfta,  Waufta;  &  1.  i8,/or  Archiolona,  r^iArchsolon."?, 

p.  62,  1.  25,  for  N°-  1629,  r«a/  1619.  6 

p.  71,  1.  34,  /or  albrege,  read  abrege. 

p.  84,  1.  37,/r  Cantabrigienfis,  read  Cantabn'gienfe, 

P-  93,  1.  23,  /or  N°"  226,  r«a/  246. 

P-  io3>  1.  36, /or  daus,  mzidans. 

p.  112,  1. 9,yormentarius,  read  commentarius. 

p.  Il6,  1.  24,/crN°-295,  readzgj. 

p.  I42,  1.  IO,  for  noVUS,  read  novos. 

P-  I47»  1.  3°»  /or  des,  read  de. 

P-  *65>  1.  26,  /or  Graique,  nW  Greeque. 

p.  *77,  Le  Droit  des  Gens  par  M.  de  Vattel— fhould  be  under  Lav*, 

p.  214,  N°-  821,  alfo  under  Law. 

P-  235>  1.  13, /or  antique,  r<?a</ antiqua. 

p.  261,  1.  23,  for  Morbi,  read  Morbo. 

p.  262,  1.  23,  for  N°-  399,  read  299. 

p.  278,  1.  26,  for  N°-  620—I,  read  62O—  2. 

p.  304,  1.  IO,  for  N°-  406,  rraJ  409. 

N°*  550,  Octavo,  was  placed,  by  miftakc,  under  Mytbdogy,  page  149; — its 
proper  place  is  Mttaphyfcs,  page  382. 


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